Once you’ve decided that you’re going to hire a skip, you need to take a moment to check you’re allowed. You can’t simply strew skips all over the place. If you’ve got space in your garden or front pavement – then you don’t need to worry about this. But if you’re going to put something on any stretch of public land, you’ll have to check with your local council.
Luckily, when you hire a skip from a professional waste clearance expert like ours, we know a thing or two about getting skip hire permits sorted – and we’ll do that as part of the package.
Councils might still refuse the permit, but they generally have to have a good reason for doing so. Avoid hiring a skip around popular seasonal events, or on important public access routes, and you shouldn’t encounter many problems.