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If you can maintain a road width of 3.2 metres or more or keep the road open to residents e.g on a cul-de-sac, you do not need to apply for a road closure but you will need to notify us of the works at least 3 weeks in advance. Depending on the nature of the roadworks you may need to apply for portable traffic lights and the relevant street works licence.

To apply for a notification of works, you will need to provide:

  • Location plan of the works
  • Duration of works
  • Start and end date of works

There is no fee for this type of application.

Works should only commence after you have received an email confirming approval.

Notification of roadworks