Vehicle Crossings - new or modified
A vehicle crossing is a connection between a property and a public road. Often referred to as a driveway entrance. All vehicle crossings must be approved by the Council and inspected by our staff throughout construction.
Make a permit application
Applications for a new or modified vehicle crossing can be made using the online form:
|Online Vehicle Crossing Permit Application form|
Or alternatively you can download, print and send in the Vehicle Crossing Permit Application Form [PDF, 572 KB]
This includes vehicle crossings for new builds, adding a new crossing to an existing site, or rebuilding an existing vehicle crossing.
Please email the completed application to email@example.com.
Types of vehicle crossing
There are different construction requirements for a vehicle crossing depending on the type of property it is accessing – residential, commercial, or industrial.
Vehicle crossing construction specifications for:
- Class A: Standard Articulated Vehicle Crossing in rural area [PDF, 325 KB]
- Class B: Standard Rural Vehicle Crossing for all activities that do not require a Class A crossing nor are residential activities in the rural area [PDF, 336 KB]
- Class C: Standard Rural Vehicle Crossing for residential activities in the rural area, low density residential, reserve (active) and reserve (passive) zones [PDF, 324 KB]
- Class D: Standard Commercial/Industrial Vehicle Entrance for non-residential activities in the urban area and Class E: Standard Residential Vehicle Entrance for residential activities in the urban area (excluding the low density residential and reserve (active) zones) [PDF, 200 KB]
Working in the road reserve
Prior to undertaking any work within the road reserve, you must submit a Corridor Access Request.
This ensures construction activity carried out in the road reserve is done by qualified persons, and meets standard requirements. There are several issues and potential risks when working within the road corridor - and we want to ensure anyone working within the road reserve has demonstrated a suitable level of competence and knowledge of these issues and risks.
The Council ensures vehicle entrances are constructed to appropriate standards and in safe locations. However, any improvements and maintenance to the vehicle crossing are the property owner's responsibility.
Council construction request
If you would like to make a request to have work completed by our Construction and Maintenance team view the information about making a quote request.
If you are a business requiring Corridor Access to work in the road berm of the Hauraki District you must complete a Corridor Access Request. Find out more
The charges related to vehicle crossings and road corridor access can be found in our Fees & Charges [PDF, 907 KB] document.