Permit to Create or Interfere with a Vehicle Crossing - Victoria

Service summary

You will require this permit if you intend to create or interfere with a vehicle crossing. A vehicle crossing is the portion of a property?s driveway located between the edge of the road and the property boundary that allows vehicular access to a property from a carriageway.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements

Please consult Council for details regarding any conditions you will need to comply with.

Duration

As specified on the permit.

Fees

 TypeDescription
ApplyApplication

Please consult the responsible council for specific information on fees to be submitted with your application.

Forms

 Resources
Apply Road Opening Permit for Works on Council Assets - PDF Opens a PDF in a new browser window

Permit to Create or Interfere with a Vehicle Crossing - Please contact the responsible council for application forms and registration details.

Administering agency

Horsham Rural City Council

Act(s) name

Local Government Act 1989 (Victoria)

Local law(s) name

Community Local Law 2011

Contact details

Contracts & Assets Officer
Horsham Rural City Council


Operating address:
18 Roberts Avenue
Horsham, Victoria 3402
Mailing address:
PO BOX 511
Horsham, Victoria 3402

Phone:

03 5382 9742

Fax:

03 5382 1111
council@hrcc.vic.gov.au

Website:

Horsham Rural City Council Opens in a new browser window

Supporting information

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