Application to request a temporary road closure

Island Roads is responsible for notifying members of the public of temporary traffic lights and possible traffic disruption as a result of road works that are underway or are programmed to take place on the Island.

How do I know which roads are closed?

To view all current road works across the Island, click here. 

How do I make an application for a temporary road closure?

A Temporary Traffic Regulation Order must be made to allow road closures to take place. To complete an application for a road closure, or temporary traffic management on the highway, click on the forms below. 

How much notice must I give to request a temporary road closure?

A minimum notice of 28 days is required from date of approval before the closure can start. We would ask that you submit your application to Island Roads a minimum of eight weeks in advance of the date required, this will allow time for the order to be advertised, checked and processed.

Fees and charges

The cost of a temporary road closure is £657.16

Road Closure Forms

Emergency path closure - Application Form

Emergency road closure - Application Form

Path closure - Application Form

Road closure - Application Form (Road works)

Road closure - Application Form (Event)

Road lane closure - Application Form

Temporary 6ft 6in width restriction Order - Application Form

Temporary Clearway Order - Application Form

Temporary no left or right turn restriction - Application Form

Temporary revocation of a one way restriction - Application Form

Temporary prohibition of driving - Application Form

Temporary reversal of a one way restriction - Application Form

Temporary revocation of a prohibition of driving order - Application Form

Temporary speed limit - Application Form

Temporary traffic management - Application Form

Traffic control - Application Form

 



 

 




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