The Public Health Act 1925: Sections 17 & 18
Please complete this form if a new street(s) is required for the development
Step 1 - Complete the online form below and submit with the following documents:
- Site location plan
- Site layout plan (including house types and access details)
- Make payment online or by calling the payments line on 01629 761166 to pay by credit/debit card.
Step 2 - Once application received, the District Council will:
- Allocate addresses to plot numbers and create draft numbered plan and consultation letters
- Send draft numbered plan and consultation letters to the developer, Ward Members, Town / Parish Council and Royal Mail, for approval. Postcode(s) will be requested from the Royal Mail during consultation
- If no agreement for the new street name(s) can be made, prepare a report to present to Council for a final decision to be made
- On receipt of approval, update our address database
- Notify all relevant parties
- Send a letter of confirmation of Postal Address(es) to the applicant
- New street names should not be difficult to pronounce or awkward to spell.
- Names which could give offence should not be used nor should names which encourage defacing nameplates.
- We will not adopt any unofficial “marketing” titles used by developers in the sale of new properties.
- All new streets should ideally end with one of the following suffixes:
- Street (for any thoroughfare)
- Road (for any thoroughfare)
- Way (for major roads)
- Avenue (for residential roads)
- Drive (for residential roads)
- Grove (for residential roads)
- Lane (for residential roads)
- Gardens (for residential roads) subject to there being no confusion with any local open space
- Place (for residential roads)
- Crescent (for a crescent shaped road)
- Court/Close (for a cul-de-sac only)
- Square (for a square only)
- Hill (for a hillside road only)
- Circus (for a large roundabout)
- Vale (for residential roads)
- Rise (for residential roads)
- Row (for residential roads)
- Wharf (for residential roads)
- Mews (for residential roads)
- All new pedestrian ways should end with one of the following suffixes:
- New street names should not duplicate any similar name already in use in a town or village or in the same postcode area. A variation of the terminal word, for example, “street”, “road”, “avenue”, will not be accepted as sufficient reason to duplicate a name. A common request is to repeat existing names in a new road or building title (for example a request for “Derwent Street” off an existing Derwent Way, near Derwent Avenue). This is not allowed as it can have a detrimental effect in an emergency situation. This is in line with Government guidance found in circular 3/93.
- Derbyshire Dales District Council’s street nameplate specifications must be adhered to.
- If amendments are received to an application once the Street Naming & Numbering process has commenced, a resubmission of the full scheme will be required and this will incur a new full application cost.
The District Council can be contacted on 01629 761168 or by email on email@example.com
All personal information provided to Derbyshire Dales District Council will be held and treated in confidence in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. It will only be used for the purpose it was given and never sold to a third party.