A bridge is a structure which carries the highway over a river,
railway or another road, or, carries a railway or road over the
We are responsible for maintaining over 400 bridge structures
within the Peterborough Area. These include bridges, footbridges
There are also other bridge owners/authorities, the largest
The bridge usually belongs to the organisation (or its
successor) that originally had cause to require the bridge. In some
cases ownership of bridges has been transferred, such as when the
responsibility for a route changes.
Occasionally, we will need to carry out more major
works. We will keep you informed by listing the details on our
Should you have any queries relating to bridges within the
Peterborough area, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or
find further contact information on our contact us page.
We are responsible for maintaining the gullies on the
public roads and footways.
Gullies are sometimes referred to as drains or pots and they are
usually found at the side of the road near the kerb. They remove
surface water from the Highway and they feed into the main drains.
Sometimes there are gullies within verges or within footways at the
side of the road.
For further information on the areas of drainage we are
responcible for and how to report a problem, please see our
Drainage FAQ page.
Should you have any queries relating to gullies within
the Peterborough area, please email email@example.com
or find further contact information on our contact us page.