random_idiot wrote: »
there charging me £1800, just says on the invoice its for enforcement and gives a number, ive got no documentation on the enforcement tho, so not sure what exactly it covers. tho the last letter i had from them before it was done, said they would enforce the work be done, so am assuming its for the work done.
pmduk wrote: »
I can't see where the discrimination in the title is?
hollydays wrote: »
It is a hell of a lot of money.
The cost depends on the area of the footpath used to access the driveway.
Please find below the vehicle crossing price chart.
A typical cost for a 5-kerb extension with a footway width not exceeding 2 metres (6 foot) would be £627.90.
Current pricing as of 2012.
shaun_from_Africa wrote: »
I was thinking that myself.
A quick "Google" found this:http://www.tameside.gov.uk/kerbdropping
which is about 1/3 of what the OP has been asked to pay.
I know that different councils will have different charges, but I can't see how a simple job like kerb dropping can vary by about £1200 unless there was damage to the footpath that needed fixing.
CoolHotCold wrote: »
It could also be £700 for curb drop and £500 in enforcement actions as it was done in 2010
Op needs to talk to a lawyer as she isn't being clear here and the advice of gathering all details, making further inquires into the full cost, agreement action, etc etc is all we can do.
Until Sunday 10 July
Here’s what we know
Vacuum fluff? Knotted newspaper?