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Notts residents can pay to have dropped kerbs

Residents in Nottinghamshire will be able to employ their own contractor to install dropped kerbs for access to their homes from the highway instead of the county’s in-house highways team doing the work.

The county council will set up a licence system under which local contractors could provide the service to residents in a move the authority expects to provide around £500,000 of work for local businesses. The cost of the licence to residents will be “less than £50 per...

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