Tidying Up Your Home: Garbage Removal

Tidying Up Your Home: Garbage Removal

Skip Bin Permits and the Time Limits That Apply

Joe Matthews

Skip bins should go on your private property, including the driveway. If there isn't enough space on your driveway, you may be forced to place the skips on the street. In this is the case, you will be required to obtain a permit from your local council.

As regards these permits, there are certain time limits that apply. Here is a glance at the highlights you should know.

How Long it Takes to Get the Permit

Processing your application for a skip permit usually takes only a couple of days. Exactly how long it will take may vary from one council to the next. Additionally, the processing period will also depend on just how busy things are at your local council. It may take less time if you let the skip bins company take care of the application. The company will add the application processing fee to your total hire cost.

Knowing this, you should factor in the extra time into when to order your skip bins. Keep in mind that placing the skips on the street without a permit for however short a time it may be can attract penalties such as a heavy fine.

How Long the Permit Lasts

How long skip bin permits can last depends on the guidelines issued by your local council. In Bayside City, for example, permits last 7 days. If you continue to keep the skip bins on the street for any longer than the time given by your council, you will be charged a fine. The skip permit is only valid for the specified time frame.

If you need to keep the skip bins on the street longer, then you should apply for an extension of this timeframe. Ensure that you get the extension processed in good time so you don't find yourself in a situation where you don't have a valid permit and get charged a fine.

A fee applies to your initial permit application. You will also be required to pay an additional fee for the extension of your skip bin permit. You can enquire from your local council about how much this fee is, although it is very likely that your skip bin company may also have an idea.

If you have to place your skip bins on the street, a permit from your local authority is a must. Take into consideration the time limits highlighted to ensure you apply for the permit or its extension in good time.

To learn more, contact a skip hire company.


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Hello and welcome! If you feel like the mess around your home is getting too much, you may be considering calling out a garbage removal company. This blog is here to support people who have never used a garbage removal company before. We will be answering some common questions that people have, as well as looking at the process of hiring a garbage removal contractor. We ain't experts when it comes to this subject but we have done our research using both online and offline sources so you can be sure we are bringing you the very best advice. Thank you.