Temporary Road Closures

Residents who wish to apply for a temporary road closure will need to complete our application form and return it to the below address. Download application form.

Notes to Applicant

  • At least 6 weeks notice must be given (failure to do so may result in the Council refusing the application).
  • Permission from the Council is subject to final approval by Derbyshire County Council.
  • Enclose a plan of the proposed closure clearly marked.
  • Please note that it is the responsibility of the Organiser to close the road and provide road closure signs.  Amber Valley Borough Council does not provide this facility.
  • Please ensure that all neighbours who may be affected by a closure agree to the proposal or that arrangements will be made to accommodate their access requirements. 

Please return the form and plan to Amber Valley Borough Council, Law & Assets, Town Hall, Market Place, Ripley, DE5 3BT or email them to lawandassets@ambervalley.gov.uk



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