Class B – means of access to a highway
What is allowed
The formation, laying out and construction of a means of access to a highway which is not a trunk road or a classified road, where that access is required in connection with development permitted by any Class other than Class A (Minor Operations).
Where can I use it
On any land in England
What is not allowed
You cannot use it where the access is to a classified road or trunk toad (with an M, A, B, C or D Number).
How do I use the allowance
This is a normal allowance that is usually carried out for you by the Local Authority. you need to apply to the Local authority for them to come out and drop the kerb for you.
Class B is often erroneously applied for. before making an application check with the highway team at the Council to see whether the road is classified and then apply through Highways.