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Well maybe not so quick

 

basicly in laws are moving into a council house

 

the front of the house has no off street parking, however the rear garden which is fairly large backs onto another street with no houses between them and the other street

 

how hard would it be to get permission to hve a gate put in the back fence, lower the kerb and use part of the rear garden (obviously either concreted or tared) as off street parking

 

the other question is does the kerb have to be done by a specific company or can it be done by anyone as long as it obviously meets council requirements

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Most councils charge upwards of £500.00 to drop a kerb.

To find out if you can use rear access for vehicles, you really need to talk to your local council officer or highways department.

If they have no intention of building in the area that you need for access you may be ok, but if its earmarked for future works, then they wouldnt let you.

Give them a ring and let us know what happens.

Good luck.

Please note that although my advice is offered, you should consult your legal representative before taking ANY action.

 

 

have a nice day !!

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Well i hope there not building there theres not much space between the fence and the road :)

 

will get them to get onto the local council once there moved in

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