Skip hire council permit prices
Doncaster Skip Hire Permits
The Doncaster area includes surrounding areas, Rotherham and Barnsley.
Within the Doncaster Council area, any skip that is placed on a road must be supplied by a skip hire company which is approved by the council. Highways occupancy charge: £20.00 per permit.
Resident or business day – no charge.
Pay and display bay – £10 per day
Single yellow line – pending inspection, this service is dependant on location. Conditions may be imposed or applications refused on the grounds that safety of road users must be maintained.
If a skip is found to be placed on the highway illegally (without a licence) there will be a retrospective charge of £50.
Applying for a Permit
When you apply for a permit, it can take up to 7 days. Apply through Doncaster Council Website or phone 01302 735263.
Nottinghamshire Skip Hire Permits
Nottinghamshire skip hire permits relate to the following areas: Gainsborough, Mansfield, Newark-on-Trent, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Worksop, Retford and Tuxford.
We charge skip companies £31 for consideration to place a skip on the road, this is non-returnable per application. A futher £7 is made if an invoice is requested, to cover administration costs.
Skip permits are granted for 2 weeks initially, and can be extended for a further 2 weeks free of charge. However after this time a new permit will be required.
If a skip is placed on the road without a valid permit, we charge an inspection fee of £72 in addition to the £31 permit application fee, totalling £103.
Applying for a Permit
You must not apply privately for a permit, the company you are hiring your skip from should do this for you. If you are placing the skip on your driveway, you do not need a permit. For more information visit nottinghamshire skip permits.
Rotherham Skip Hire Permits
For more information on Skip Hire Permits in Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council, please visit their website.
A permit to place a skip on the highway is £14 per application. Extensions may be permitted at our discretion and will incur a further fee of £14 per extension. These fees will be non-returnable.
Any skip found on the highway without a permit will incur a cost of £50 to cover administration fees.
It is an offence to place a skip on the highway without a permit.
The skip supplier is responsible for getting a permit and making sure that the skip does not cause any obstruction to other road users.
You should make sure that your skip supplier has obtained a permit before accepting delivery of a skip onto the highway.
Skips placed on the highway must not contain any inflammable, explosive or noxious material, or anything which is likely to cause nuisance to highway users.
Contents of the skip must also be kept ‘damped-down’, or covered to prevent dust or spillage on the highway. The skip must not be overloaded and must be removed when full.