Streetworks and permitting
The Street Works Team, acting as an authority on behalf of Luton Council has introduced a permit scheme which started on the 5th November 2012.
As part of the Network Operations team’s commitment to manage the Network, anyone carrying out works in the highway which need to reduce lanes/widths of the road, “excavations” or placing materials onto and into the Highway will legally need to apply to the Network Operations Team for permission, in advance of their works.
Licences for scaffolding, hoarding, cherry pickers, building materials and skips on the public highway along with Section 50 licences are issued by the Networks Operations Team.
East of England Permit Scheme
Information about what the scheme is and how it is measured.Find out more about the scheme
All skips placed on the public highway require a licence. This licence is obtained by your chosen skip operator.More about skip licences
Scaffolding and hoarding licence
You need a licence to put up scaffolding or hoarding on a public road, verge or pavement.More information about the licence
Crane/Cherry Picker licence
If you wish to place a crane or cherry picker on the highway a licence is required from this authority.Find out more about Crane/Cherry Picker licence
Building materials licence
If you wish to place building materials on any part of the highway a permit is required from this authority.More about building materials licence
Roadworks.org is a collaboration between local authorities and government agencies to provide a national smart map that provides real time traffic information updates.Find out more about roadworks in Luton
Luton Council, Central Depot, Kingsway, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU4 8EJ
Tel: 01582 510333