Skip Hire Permits
If you hire a skip that will be placed on a public road you will legally require a Skip Hire Permit. We can arrange your Skip Hire Permits for you to ensure you comply with the law without the hassle.
Do you need to hire a skip and place it on the public highway? If so, you will legally require an on-road skip hire permit. When dealing with skip hire nationwide, the council’s rules for permits often vary. Some permits last for days while others can last months. Some authorities will grant permits for a particular area, while others will deny permits for a very similar situation.
Thankfully, Network Waste can help resolve the problems of skip hire permits. As a national company with many depots throughout the UK, we have strong links with virtually all local authorities, enabling us to efficiently request skip hire permits on your behalf, ensuring that any skips that you hire for a public highway are placed legally.
However, if in the rare case that you are rejected for a skip hire permit, Network Waste has a range of alternative waste removal options available that do not require skip hire permits.
How much do Skip Hire Permits cost?
The cost for a skip hire permit varies depending on the council controlling your area. Typically, they can range between £30 and £60. For a more accurate figure, contact us today stating where the skip is to be delivered.
How Long Will It Take To Receive A Skip Hire Permit?
The time taken to process a skip hire permit can also vary. Usually skip hire permits take 3-5 working days to be processed, so remember to bear this in mind when hiring skips.