private road

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Noun1.private road - a road leading up to a private houseprivate road - a road leading up to a private house; "they parked in the driveway"
road, route - an open way (generally public) for travel or transportation
turnaround - an area sufficiently large for a vehicle to turn around
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Q I live on an unadopted road designated a "restricted byway".
She said the pub was owned by a Mr Dillon and there was an unadopted road up the left hand side of the pub as you looked at it.
The estate would be accessed by a single road into Mill Lane which would initially be an unadopted road meaning residents would have to drag their bins to a collection point which planning officers note could be a source of potential disputes between neighbours.
Ormes Road residents say they have repeatedly complained about potholes on their street and even started fundraising to bring the unadopted road up to scratch.
Redcar and Cleveland Council leader George Dunning said: "The council is aware of the state of the unadopted road leading to the allotments at the Warrenby site and will work with the allotment holders to see what we can do to help.
Bosses have been criticised for repairing an unadopted road in Buckley - despite the authority having a policy which states it does not deal with them.
If you are thinking of buying a house in an unadopted road, your solicitor will be able to check whether there is a an active residents' organisation of this kind, how it works, what obligations it places you under, and how much it is likely to cost.
The authority had said that because the lane is an unadopted road, responsibility for its maintenance lies with the residents.
They believe that urgent action needs to be taken to prevent accidents both to lorries and pedestrians who use the unadopted road while walking along the Colne Valley Way.
Witnesses reported seeing the two vehicles travelling "very fast" along Drury Lane before Mr Limbert, of Queensferry, veered off on to an unadopted road.
Now a builder has built on the land so that we cannot get to the unadopted road behind our properties.