How much does it cost to drop a KERB in Wirral?

How much does it cost to drop a KERB in Wirral?

How much does it cost to drop a KERB? Prices will vary depending on the location and width of your pavement. Some contractors and councils offer an extended dropped kerb for free, while some charge up to $1800 or more. The job itself usually takes around 1 to 2 days.

How do I contact the Wirral Borough council?

If you need to speak to someone you can call us on the telephone numbers below….By phone.

Team Phone Opening hours
Council Switchboard – for all other enquiries 0151 606 2000 Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

How do I complain about Wirral Council?

If you wish to make a confidential complaint or compliment:

  1. email the Complaints Manager: [email protected].
  2. or call 0151 666 4810.
  3. if you are not satisfied with the outcome of the investigation, you can take your complaint to the Local Government Ombudsman.

How do I report illegal parking on the Wirral?

0151 606 2004 – Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm. 0151 647 7810 – Outside of these hours.

What is the legal height of a kerb?

Kerb construction For most purposes, the top of the kerb should be 100 mm above the road surface. If kerbs are placed too high it can induce ‘kerb shyness’ which is where the width of the carriageway is effectively reduced.

How wide is a standard dropped kerb?

2.4 metres
The width of a standard dropped kerb is 2.4 metres, and only one dropped kerb will be allowed per property. Wider dropped kerbs up to 4.8 metres can be constructed if shared with a neighbouring property. Existing shared dropped kerbs can also be extended to a maximum width of 4.8 metres.

Who is in charge of Wirral Council?

The Chief Executive of Wirral Council is Paul Satoor.

Is Wirral a local authority?

Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council, or simply Wirral Council, is the local authority of the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral in Merseyside, England.

Is it illegal to park on the pavement in Wirral?

Pavement parking is illegal, antisocial and dangerous (but can be legalised at specific locations). Parking vehicles on a pavement invades the pedestrian space and transforms it – children are no longer safe to run around. Pedestrians can be forced to walk in the road, and at least two children have been killed.

Can you park on a single yellow line Wirral?

You cannot park on single yellow lines.

Do we need kerbs in road pavement?

In general, kerbs are essential in road pavements due to the following reasons (based on Arthur Wignall, Peter S. Kendrick and Roy Ancil): (i) They provide strength to the sides of road pavements and avoid lateral displacement of carriageway due to traffic loads.

Are kerbs reinforced?

This means that the kerb is now made out of reinforced concrete just like a concrete slab.

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