Entry from British & World English dictionary
An owner of land or property adjoining a street or water.
- The meeting heard that permission would have to be sought from High Street frontagers and a licence would be required from the Highway Authority if part of the road had to be cordoned off for work.
- They agreed to ask the district council to convene a meeting with Skipton Chamber of Trade, the High Street frontagers and the town council.
- Therefore if there is genuine concern regarding the safety of road users and the level of usage of the road then it is for the frontagers to determine what action they should take.
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