Access advice

5 Aug 2007
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United Kingdom
The developer has put in his edging kerbs to the back edge of the new footpath into his site.
where these cross my driveway he has raised the level of my existing drive by a 100 mm, is he allowed to do this?
should he have dropped them to the existing levels?.
the footpath is stranded at 1.8m wide and now has a cross fall of 165 mm to the dropper road kerbs,
( yep, the footpath looks like a take off ramp for Evil Knievel). :eek:
My drive isn't much just mud and hardcore, approx 10 m wide.
I should add that the next time it rains I shall have a pond as my drive drains are on the left and how he's done it the drive will now fall to the right.
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This is definately a case where a photo would be better.

You are also going to have to detail what is going on in terms of this site and the land ownership for you, the developer and the LA and any other party

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