Apply for an advisory disabled parking bay.
The Blue Badge scheme is a European scheme which gives parking concessions in the UK and Europe to people with severe mobility problems. It allows badge holders to park closer than other members of the public to their destinations.
Street parties and fetes are a traditional part of community life. They are a simple way for us to get to know our neighbours and meet members of our community.
Residents parking schemes are designed to make the most out of a scarce resource… space for parking in residential streets.
Details on the requirements you need to meet in order to apply for a dropped kerb.
To put tables and chairs on a Warwickshire public highway, you will need to obtain a licence from us before doing so.
Statutory Undertakers, Gas, Electric, Water and Telecommunications, have a right to open any part of the highway (subject to due notification to the Highway Authority) in order to install or maintain their equipment in publicly maintainable highway.
If you would like to plant any trees, shrubs, grasses, flowers or plants along the highway, you must first make a formal application.
The English National Concessionary Travel Scheme(ENCTS) is a national scheme that provides free off-peak local bus travel throughout England. Eligibility is determined either by age or a qualifying disability.
The District and Borough councils of Warwickshire operate car parks in and around the town centres
Public weighbridge locations, fees, dimensions, capacity and opening times.
Vehicle and trailer restrictions apply at all household waste recycling centres in Warwickshire. Apply for a permit and voucher to enable residents to use vehicles otherwise excluded by the vehicle and trailer restrictions.
To put a temporary structure – scaffolding, hoarding and cranes/access arms – on a public road, you need a licence from the local authority.
To put a builder’s skip on a public road, you need a licence from the local authority.