Roads, highways and pavements
New roads that have been constructed in accordance with the council's guidelines are normally adopted by way of an agreement between the ...
The local authority is responsible for processing applications for licences are required for any display or temporary construction which may ...
The Council provides a range of parking permits to its residents and local service users. The Council may issue parking permits to residents who keep vehicles
A person wishing to place a skip on the highway must obtain a licence from the local authority.
Street Trading is defined as the selling or exposing or offering for sale of any article or the supplying or offering to supply any service in the street
Enabling people with severe mobility problems to park closer to their destination.
The local authority is responsible for any highway bridges it owns. These bridges should be inspected regularly and a programme of maintenance ...
Information on car parks in Waltham Forest.
The Council no longer operates clamping in their standard enforcement procedures unless they are dealing with abandoned vehicles that are parked in the
A controlled parking scheme in a street or area where parking is organised in order to help residents park their vehicles.
Details of any disruption to Council services due to, for example: accident, emergency, breakdown or weather.
The Council may construct vehicle crossovers at the request of residents.
Providing advice and information on what to do in the event of a flood. The council may also provide equipment such as sandbags and engineering advice
Routine ditch and gully emptying (usually annual). Emergency clearance of ditches, gullies and drains when flooding of roads or pavements is ...
Gritting of primary and secondary roads within the local authority area when weather conditions may prove hazardous (i.e. freezing ...
Monitoring and regulation of street traders to ensure that trading is only taking place under licence from the local authority. Dealing with reported instances
This service provides installation of security gates across footpaths and alleyways in residential areas and housing estates in order to ...
The local authority has responsibility for the maintenance of pavements within the area. They should provide advice on reporting dangerous pavements and
Highways must be kept clear of obstructions for safety reasons. The local authority has the power to serve notice on a person who commits an offence of
Disabled parking bays help disabled people who drive themselves and need to park as close to their property as possible.
Pay your parking ticket.
Permission from local authorities will be needed for the closure of roads to allow sporting events or parades to take place.
A pothole is usually where the wearing surface of the road has been eroded causing the loss of road material and a hollow to form. It can occur quickly
The council is responsible for carrying out repairs and for administering highway legislation. This includes planned and emergency maintenance, surveys
The Council are responsible for installing road signs and markings to control traffic and provide warnings to drivers.
Information and advice on keeping safe on roads in Waltham Forest.
Notification of road closures, diversions and possible traffic disruption as a result of road works that are underway or programmed to take ...
In areas where excessive speed is considered a risk to public safety the local authority may construct 'speed humps' for the purpose of ...
The local authority is responsible for maintenance and repairs of street lights, and lighting faults including illuminated bollards, signs and beacons.
A haulier who intend to move an abnormal load such as gross weight exceeding 40 tonnes or more must notify and gain consent from the police or the local