You must get a road occupation licence from the council to occupy any part of the road in connection with building work in Scotland – fines, penalties
Contact the council for a road occupation licence if you want to put building materials, scaffolding, cranes, hoists, huts or anything else in the road in Scotland.
You must make sure the obstruction is:
- properly fenced off
- lit during darkness
How to apply
Contact the council to apply for a road occupation licence.
Fines and penalties
If you don’t obey the conditions of your licence, or you occupy part of the road without one, you can be fined £120.