Roads and pavements
Information about Construction Traffic Management Plans including guidance notes and a pro-forma.
How to apply for a licence to lift the footway and make a temporary excavation, including licence conditions.
How to apply for a licence for a temporary structure licence or to store materials or plant, including information about costs and conditions.
Fees for skip permits, temporary structure and plant and material licences.
Information on our programme to maintain roads and pavements in the borough.
Information about street lighting design in the borough.
Information and guidance on road safety including our road safety strategy.
Information about full land charge searches, CON29 enquiries and highway status enquiries.
Our Highways Enforcement Team deal with highways obstructions (not parking) and temporary structures offences.
Find out which highways licence you need to apply for if you want to use the public highway for private purposes.
A list of streets in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Information about submitting a Construction Traffic Management Plan (CTMP) for parking availability and road safety.
Information on road and street works taking place in the borough including utility companies' contact details.
Information about Section 58 notices which are served on all statutory undertakers who dig up roads and carry out work in the borough.
Information about penalties for abandoning a vehicle on the public highway.
Information about promoting road safety in primary schools through the Junior Travel Ambassador (JTA) scheme.
Information about maximum fines for offences on public highways. This includes placing a skip on the highway without a licence.
Advice for scaffolders working in Kensington and Chelsea.
Apply for a skip permit, information about using skips and how to request a parking bay suspension.
damaging a road - £1000 plus the cost of the repair
It is an offence to leave the engine running when your vehicle is parked.
Roadworks - Frequently asked questions
Dropped kerbs help wheelchair and mobility scooter users.
Important information about your privacy and how we process your information.
About the Council's Streetscape Guide
The Exhibition Road project was completed on 8 December 2011, changing a confusing and unwelcoming road into a word class streetscape and stunning public space that can be enjoyed by visitors and residents.
Any structure which permanently overhangs the public highway must be licensed in accordance with Section 177 of the Highways Act 1980. This is often referred to as an oversailing licence.
How to request the palcement of a bench on the highway.
What to consider when carrying out works in the borough.
Hire E-scooters in Kensington and Chelsea.