Public domain works – Council standard drawings
Inner West Council public domain works – standard drawings list
What you need to consider
All works on roads or footpaths require an application for a permit from Council before you start any work. If you require any more information or need to download any application form please visit the following pages.
For any Road or Footpath application forms visit the Works within Road and Footpath page.
For any driveway application forms (Step 1 Design Approval or Step 2 Permit for Construction) visit the driveways page.
The engineering standard drawings provide the detailed information you'll need to design, construct or reinstate any public domain works.
Inner West Council and its employees accept no responsibility for any loss, damage, claim, expense, cost or liability arising with referencing and/or reliance on the standard drawings. It is expected that these standard drawings will be redrawn by a suitably qualified person referencing the information and responding to specific site or project conditions/requirements. Council's standard drawings may be subject to revision. Accordingly, users need to ensure that when adopting any standard drawing that it is the current version. Whilst all care has been taken to provide the most accurate and current standard drawings, it is the responsibility of the person referencing the drawings to ensure that the requirements of all relevant Australian Standards and guidelines are being met.
Combined standard drawing set
The above combined standard drawing set comprises the individual drawings listed below.
Traffic facility drawings
Driveway Line marking Drawings
- Council permits residents to make their own arrangements to paint driveway line markings as long as they follow the following set of instructions and use the below standard drawing.
- Paint 80mm wide white lines a maximum of 1.0 metre from either edge of the driveway crossing for a length of 2.0 metres (from the edge of the gutter).
- This will assist in providing visual delineation of the extremity of the permissible parking zone and the positioning of parked vehicles clear of the driveway.