If your application is successful, a payment request email will be sent out to advise on the total fee payable and how payment can be made.
Payment can be made online, by BACS, Bank Transfer or by credit card. Unfortunately, we no longer accept cheques for payment of either a TTRN or a TTRO.
Please do not make any payments until the payment request email is received as you will need the 6 digit reference number.
You can make your payment online.
Please note: although the online payment system says "incl. VAT" there is no VAT included in this service as it is a zero rated supply.
Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO):
Order fee: £1,560 (this fee is payable in advance)
Amendment fee: £350
The fee will be applicable for the following amendments:
- change of dates (start and/or end)
- each additional extension (within an 18 month window); and
- each additional works phase (within an 18 month window).
Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice (TTRN):
Notice fee: £700
Additional duration fee: If a TTRN is required where public and/or workforce safety is a concern and a subsequent extension to the works is required, this will incur additional fees of £350 for each extension requested.
Note: If the Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice duration is anticipated to be required for longer than 42 days, a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order will be required. Furthermore, please be advised that this will incur a fee of £1,560 for the TTRO to be made, in addition to the TTRN fees.
Please ensure that you advise Network Assurance at the earliest opportunity if an extension is required.
If the works are cancelled and/or the closure does not take place, the fees outlined below are payable for the processing of the application and are non-refundable:
- £1,560 for a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order
- £700 for a Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice
- £350 for an Amendment
All costs for the closure and diversion signing must be covered by the person or organisation requesting the closure.