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Chief Executive Gillian Beasley
APPLICATION FORM
Privately Funded Highway Improvement (PFHI)
Please return your completed application to local.projects@cambridgeshire.gov.uk
Applicant Name
Contact Name
Address
District Area
Huntingdonshire
Fenland
East Cambridgeshire
South Cambridgeshire
Cambridge City
Email Address
Phone Number
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LOCATION
OF YOUR PROPOSAL
:
Please
a plan showing the location of the proposal.
OBJECTIVES OF YOUR PROPOSAL
:
What highway issue or improvement would you
like to address?
What solution are you proposing? (e.g. Speed control, new footway, parking restrictions etc).
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Chief Executive Gillian Beasley
OBJECTIVES (continued)
Please send any additional information in support of your application e.g. plans, photos or
correspondence.
Please confirm which option you are requesting to have this project delivered (refer to the PFHI Process
Flowchart for more information on the options available):
Option 1 – Constructed or designed and constructed by County Council
Option 2 – Designed and constructed by applicant’s consultant/contractor
Please confirm that you have liaised with the local Parish/Town Council (where applicable):
Yes
No
What is your budget available for this project?
Fee includes for:
- Assessment of suitability and feasibility of proposal
- All options analysed to best meet applicant’s objectives
- Policy, road safety and engineering specialist input
- Estimated cost calculated, including officer fees
- Estimated delivery timescale
- A site visit to discuss the options
- Full documented summary provided
Once the application has been submitted an invoice will be sent requesting the £500.00 fee. An
officer will be in contact with the applicant once payment has been received.
FINANCIAL
Proposed budget for the scheme and f
ee required with application.
Private works application fee (non
-
refundable)
:
£
500.00
Total Project Budget:
£
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