Do I need a permit?
This is often confusing to people who don't order skips very often but it's nothing to be worried about. Your local council is required by law to require a permit to be purchased if a skip is to be placed on public land.
We will take care of the application and you won't need to give it a second thought, but we need to know at this point if you will require one.
No Permit needed
You don't need a permit if the skip is to be placed on YOUR land, such as in your garden on on your drive way. The skip must be wholly on your land.
You need a permit if the skip is to be placed on Public land, such as a road, pavement or anywhere else considered public land. The permit lasts for 30 days and will not need to be renewed during this time for exchanges booked.