The placement of external scaffolding anywhere on the estate will require a licence, whether or not it rests only on the demise of a property or on part of the CEPC managed pavements, gardens or roadways.
If a scaffolding is to be located entirely within the demise of a property, only an administration fee is chargeable, but parking suspensions for the scaffolding lorry must be paid for and arranged at the time of issuing the licence.
If any part of the scaffolding will rest on CEPC managed property an additional weekly fee is also payable.
A refundable deposit to cover damage to CEPC managed property may be required.
If any part of scaffolding is to be located within a CEPC managed garden or access through a CEPC managed garden is required, an additional refundable damage deposit will be payable.
Scaffolding specifically erected for works to be carried out as part of The Crown Estate’s Quinquennial Painting programme (lessees 5 yearly painting) are only subject to CEPC administration fees, parking fees and any deposit – no weekly fee is payable.
PLEASE NOTE: All contractors will be required to submit a Risk Assessment and Method Statement (including Covid statement), along with diagrams of how the scaffold is intended to rest, which must be approved before any licence can be issued. Due to the current number of applications for quinquennial painting, we recommend allowing at least two weeks for obtaining a licence.
- Admin Fee: £50.00
- Scaffolding Fee: £21.00 per week
- Refundable damage deposit: £500.00 per property
- Hoists or Platform Lifts: £21.00 per week
- Quinquennial Painting: £42.00 per house, £12.00 per flat