No you don't need a permit if you're putting it on your property. If you're looking to place your skip on public land, this includes pathways and the highway, a permit will be required.
For more information about what skip is best suited for you,see our skips.
Skips can be used for general waste which is typically anything involved with a general cleanup around the house and property that is neither liquid nor of a hazardous nature.
All we kindly ask for when you're using our skips is that you keep all materials below the top of the skip.
This is simply down to the size of the skip. For limits contact us.
You're not allowed to put in; Fridges and Freezers, Asbestos, Gas Bottles and Tyres. For more anything else you may be unsure of, please contact us.