Poetic justice and trying to get away with not having your kerb lowered

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  • hora
    Member

    The OP is a really sad story (around the corner from me an OAP was ripped off for 10k for a home alarm installation). I got one installed for £300 in a small office. I bet councils daily have to deal with people who go ahead and hope for the best. On that pic I posted ALOT of the houses down that road dont have drop kerbs but they’ve converted their drives.

    konabunny
    Member

    To me i looks like she’s trying to force their hand

    To me it looks like an old dear get ripped off of a few grand, but gloat all you want.

    And either way, I don’t see the poetic justice.

    Premier Icon martinhutch
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    To me it looks like an old dear get ripped off of a few grand, but gloat all you want.
    And either way, I don’t see the poetic justice.

    Exactly how I read it.

    CountZero
    Member

    If you don’t have the kerb lowered are you still allowed to drive across the pavement to access your driveway ?

    I believe it’s not allowed, but I don’t know about legality. The front of my house has been gravelled over, and the fence removed, (which was falling apart anyway), but I haven’t had the kerb dropped. Next door has, but the actual road surface is about 3/4″ below the top of the kerb, so not really worth bothering.

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