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If you wish to temporarily dig up a road as part of planned roadworks, deposit building materials, scaffolding, temporary hoardings, rubbish or other items on a road you must hold a road occupation for building work licence.
We make getting your road occupation for building work licence a simple, stress-free process ✅
Once a road occupation for building work licence is obtained, licence holders must comply with any conditions attached to a consent and comply with requirements relating to the fencing off and lighting of deposits or road works.
Road occupation for building work licence applications must be made via your local council. You can find the contact details for your local council at the Official UK Government Website.
For applicants based in Scotland, road occupation for building work licence applications must be made via your local council. You can find the contact details for your local council at the Official UK Government Website.
Under Section 58 of the Roads (Scotland Act) 1984, it is an offence to carry out the above works without the permission of the Roads Authority.
If you don’t obey the conditions in the road occupation for building work licence, or you don’t properly fence or light the hole or obstruction you can be fined £10 a day. This will be ongoing until a road occupation for building work licence is obtained.
Your council may also take the action in filling in holes made on the road, or remove your materials, and charge you for this. You may also be prosecuted under other laws.
A road occupation for building work licence lasts for approximately 1 month. However, this may vary depending on local council.
If the period exceeds one month, you will need to apply for a new road occupation for building work licence. If an extension is required, but still falls within one month of the expected road works date, you will not need to pay a further fee.
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