When you hire a skip, it is important to be aware of permit requirements and potential restrictions to skip hire. Customers in Carshalton must work out where they will place our cheap skips once they arrive on site. We deliver to public and private land, but you will need to obtain relevant approval beforehand. On this page, you will find information about the necessary requirements for stress-free, cheap skip hire in Carshalton and the nearby areas.
If placing Premier cheap skips on public roads or pavements, you will need a skip permit or license, even if it’s directly outside your house. Failure to obtain one can result in costly fines and skips being taken away.
If customers in Carshalton have enough space on private land, such as a driveway, then you won’t need a permit. You will also be able to hire a skip for extended periods, if necessary, and subject to additional costs.
We have a range of skip sizes available for every project and budget. Contact us for advice on the best option for your needs.
Skip hire permits are issued by local councils and each has a different preference on who they want to arrange permits. Most UK councils allow hire companies, such as Premier, to apply for permits on behalf of customers.
We are more than happy to do so for customers in Carshalton, as part of our complete cheap skip hire services. We recommend contacting your local council to check the rules in your area, or if you prefer to arrange permits for skips directly.
This will depend on local council policies. When applying for a permit, either the council or Premier cheap skip hire operators will advise on time restrictions. It is important to ensure skips are removed before permits expire, to avoid fines.
It may be possible to extend or renew permits in Carshalton if you need cheap skips for a longer period.
Most councils need three or four days to arrange permits, and customers should take this into account when looking to hire a skip. If you would like us to arrange permits in Carshalton, make sure to let us know exactly when you need our cheap skips, so we can allow time for permits and delivery.
If you hire a skip for use in a restricted area, councils require at least ten days’ notice.
Controlled Parking Zones, residents’ bays and areas with metered parking are some examples of restricted areas. This means you will need to pay parking bay suspension fees if placing a skip in these here.
Don’t hesitate to contact our specialist cheap skip hire contractors for more detailed information about permits and restrictions.