The County is served by some key strategic motorways and trunk roads, and as a result, the transport infrastructure plays a vital role in helping residents and others get from A to B. The performance of the transport network influences the Worcestershire economy, environment and the quality of life and, since 2005, Ringway has been maintaining and improving this important asset.
The scope of work our teams undertake in Worcestershire ranges from routine cyclic and reactive highway maintenance, gully cleaning, grass cutting and weed control, emergency response, winter maintenance, surfacing, surface dressing, patching, road marking and studs, signs, vehicle safety fencing, traffic management, bridgeworks, fleet maintenance and recycling of carriageway arisings.
Our teams are committed to delivering a high quality highway service day in day out in partnership with the Council and local communities.
We can provide these works at rates which have been approved by Worcestershire County Council to give best value to the people of Worcestershire.
Our information pack contains everything you need to know about requesting a dropped crossing for access to your property over a footway or verge including information on planning, drainage and off-road requirements. For further information on planning requirements in Worcestershire, please visit www.planningportal.gov.uk
Our step by step process is easy to follow and includes supporting information to help answer any questions you may have. The pricing guide will enable you to get an idea of cost, as we know that is the most important element for you.
Please download our PDF information pack for you to fill out, or if you prefer we can post a copy. Once completed, please return to the address provided within the pack.
For more information or to make a general enquiry please email us at email@example.com or telephone on 0844 225 3002 where our experienced engineer can provide assistance with your enquiry.
Calls to this number are charged at 3p per minute plus callers suppliers network charge.
Please visit Worcestershire County Council for more information.