Online Form - Crossover Application

A crossover is located between the road edge and the property line. Crossovers are primarily constructed to allow access to your property, help to reduce erosion of the verge area and provide pedestrians with a safer area to walk. A properly constructed crossover will also enhance the streetscape and property value.

Please use the below online form to submit a crossover application.

Crossover Property Details

Proposed Works

Is there an existing crossover?*
Construction type*
Proposed Material: <br> Refer to the Town's style-guide to see preferred crossover style for your area*

Crossover Site Diagram

Please note the following are examples of items to be shown on the crossover site diagram where applicable.

Overview of the site, existing street trees, footpath, public utilities or services (water corp, gas, telstra, NBN, street lights, hydrants etc), street signs, location and dimensions of the crossover, proposed stormwater retention (grate, pipe and soaktank), redundant crossovers removed

Max File Size: 10.00 MB
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Please Note

  • No works are to commence prior to issue of approval
  • Building / Planning approval is not approval to conduct crossover works
  • Footpaths are to run through the crossover
  • Crossover stormwater to be captured by grate, pipe and pit. This is to be shown on the plans 
  • It is the responsibility of the owner to engage the services of a competent contractor who adheres to the Town’s crossover specifications
  • Crossover works carried out without approval will be deemed unauthorised
  • All crossovers must have access to behind the property line.
  • Redundant crossovers must be removed at time of new crossover installation
  • Verge levels are not to be modified without prior written approval

Acceptance and Form Submission


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