Residential Domestic Crossovers (dropped kerbs) costs

Residential Domestic Crossovers fees - 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020
Type of dropped kerb request Fee
Residential domestic crossover £1,326
Extension to new residential domestic crossover (300mm) £131
Extension to existing residential domestic crossover (300mm) £192
White line across residential domestic crossover £59
Residential domestic crossover in a controlled parking zone (CPZ) and amendment required to the existing traffic order £2,784 (to cover the cost of the consultation and order-making process, and amendments to signing and lining)

Please note that there are additional charges to cover the costs if an extension of an existing dropped kerb requires the removal of:

  • street furniture
  • trees
  • public utility apparatus.

Quotations are valid for a period of three months. If you want to go ahead with the construction we'll deduct the inspection fee from the full cost.

After three months, if we haven't received payment the inspection fee won't be deducted and you'll need to re-apply.

You won't need to re-pay an inspection fee if it's within 12 months, or if it's not in a new financial year (beginning 1 April).

These charges are subject to annual review.

How to pay

Once a residential domestic crossover has been approved, full payment will be requested. You can pay in several ways:

By credit or debit card

Call the Highways team and make sure you have your card ready.

By cheque

Make your cheque payable to 'Royal Borough of Greenwich' and send it to the following address:

Technical Support
Fifth floor, The Woolwich Centre,
Wellington Street,
London SE18 6HQ

In cash

Cash payments can be made at cash offices at the Royal Borough of Greenwich's service centres. Please quote 'Fund 2 (17132)' to the cashier, and also please contact the Highways team to give your receipt number to speed up the process.