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A blister surface is used at a dropped kerb
to provide warning to visually impaired people who would otherwise find it difficult to differentiate between where the pavement ends and road begins.
Rhian Morris and her son Harley on the walk back from school where the dropped kerbs
are often obstructed
Gartsherrie Road from the extended line of the western kerb
of Blair Road, eastwards to the extended line of the southern kerb
of Russell Colt Street, over its entire length.
The law regarding dropped kerbs
states: If you intend to drive a vehicle over the footway into your driveway off a highway, then you will need a dropped kerb
Janine Dillon said: "Shouldn't be her obligation to pay for a dropped kerb
. The road and footpath belongs to the council and she owns the property.
Every year, the inflow of foreign increases tends to rise after first ten days of Ramazan and charity proceeds (Zakat) also show their presence in the kerb
market during Ramazan.
Jake Sallabank, 27, from Chapelfields, was left "perplexed" when he returned home after work to find his neighbour's kerb
had been dropped rather than the kerb
outside his house - which he had paid for.
But it caught the eye of Stockton Council, which told the family in a letter that they had not received permission for the kerb
and cemetery rules "do not permit such kerbs
to be fixed".
Mr Eastlake said: "The booklet for disabled drivers says you are allowed to park on double yellow lines but not where there are lines on the kerb
"My message to others is simple, kerb
crawling isn't a victimless crime.
provide a crossing place for wheelchair users and if they are obstructed by parked cars either a wheelchair user cannot cross the road at all or [more dangerously] a blind person crossing the road can collide with a parked car where they expected to find the matching dropped kerb