Visibility Splay Agreement

The last thing you want to do, when you leave your new home, is to have to walk down a street without being able to see what`s going both ways. This is dangerous and that is why the authorities will insist that every new entry into a long-distance or classified stretch of road has visibility – which, even with a 30mph limit, normally means clear visibility of 70m (meter) in each direction. If your new neighbors are not strongly opposed to any development and take advantage of the situation as an opportunity to prevent the construction of your new home, there is a good chance that they are willing to negotiate a deal to allow visibility. When a section of the triangle necessary for the distance of sight is located outside the boundaries of the land, except on motorway land, adjacent occupants must accept that the land be free of obstacles of more than 1,005 m if the building permit is to be operational. And if the lines, when drawn, are transferred to the country outside the ownership of the land, make sure that all necessary negotiations and agreements with the neighboring owners are concluded before exchanging contracts on the land. If your neighbours insist absolutely on not allowing this development and are not willing to make a long-term agreement to free the country from any handicap, then you have no choice but to freeze development or try to arrange another access. Connection to the public road: all land necessary for the realization of the proposed development must be clearly bordered by a red line on the site plan and contain surfaces necessary for access to the site from a public road, visibility and parking. Do not buy land without first realizing that it has convenient and legitimate access. And remember, this situation could affect both sides of the property – and two groups of neighbors. The visibility distances at each entrance or junction are measured along the side of the main road (the distance „Y“) from a point that is at a defined distance from the edge of the main road (the distance „X“). . . .