- Roads and Pavements
- Considerate Contractor Scheme
- Damaged and dangerous paving reporting
- Road works - Closures and Diversions
- Roads and Pavements - Access to property
- Roads and Pavements - Adverse Weather Plans
- Roads and Pavements - Damaged and Dangerous Paving
- Roads and Pavements - Maintenance
- Roads and Pavements - Markings, Signs and Traffic Calming Measures
- Roads and Pavements - New Developments
- Roads and Pavements - Permission to Occupy
- Roads and Pavements - Regulations and Limits
- Roads and Pavements - Road Permits
- Roads and pavements - disabled parking
- Roads and pavements - street trading
Roads and Pavements - Damaged and Dangerous Paving
West Lothian Council, Roads Maintenance Department, are responsible for maintaining the Roads and Pavements throughout the County to an acceptable standard.
If you have any concerns regarding a damaged or dangerous footpath then please contact us as soon as possible, either directly or through the Customer Service Centre. If you are able to provide as much detail as possible regarding the location and the defect this will allow staff to assess the problem in the quickest possible time.
Your request will be assessed and if considered to be dangerous then the Council will make safe the condition within 24hours. Non emergencies will be prioritised and where appropriate will form part of our future works programme.
- Carry out safety inspections on all public roads to comply with the inspection intervals in the Code of Practice for Roads Maintenance.
- Provide an effective response to emergencies within 4 hours.
Prioritise Roads Maintenance work based on public safety, and minimising the Council's exposure to risk.
- Comply with the relevant regulations based and codes of practices when undertaking road maintenance works.
7 Whitestone Place
Whitehill Industrial Estate
Tel: 01506 775000
Fax: 01506 775099