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To compare today’s cheapest skip prices of Essex skip hire companies enter the postcode of where you want to locate your skip, select your preferred skip size (visit our skip size guide for help if required) and click the pink ‘Go’ button. Within seconds you will be shown a list of the cheapest skip hire prices of skip hire companies covering the Essex region. To book a skip, just click on the cheapest operator to order direct. Remember, prices are changing all the time, so if you aren’t in a rush, why not save this page to your favourites and check back later for even better deals. Running a skip price comparison search is completely free. All we ask is that if you find our service helpful you make a point of telling as many other people as possible, because the more visitors we have, the more competitive this marketplace becomes and the lower the skip prices will be.
Skip companies from all round the Essex region publish their most competitive prices on Skipandbin.com. Unlike traditional skip hire brokers, we make do not add a mark-up to the price being offered by the skip company. You get access to the absolute lowest prices available and book with the local operator direct. Our unique price comparison software allows our Essex skip hire partners to adjust their prices and coverage area whenever they wish to match demand. When they are busy they put prices up and reduce their coverage area, but when business is slower and they have lots of extra capacity, they drop their prices right down and extend their coverage area. Since not all Essex skip hire operators will be busy at the same times and they don’t all share the same depot, there are always great skip price deals available at skipandbin.com.
Essex skip permits
Unless you plan on putting your skip on private property, you need to know that any skip put on a public highway in Essex requires a skip permit from Essex County Council. Essex skip permits cost £15.00 for up to 14 days and a further £10.00 to extend for an additional 14 days. If you do not have a skip permit it is an offence which can lead to a fine and the council removing your skip without notice. Your skip hire company will arrange for the skip permit on your behalf and add this to your skip hire bill. The council normally takes 2 or 3 days to process a skip permit application, so make sure you allow for this when planning delivery dates. More advice and information on skip permits including a useful tool to check skip permit prices of councils nearby to Essex as well as the rest of the country can be found on our skip permit page.
Information about Essex
The name Essex originates from the phrase The Land of the East Saxons. Greensted Church in Essex is the world’s oldest wooden church. It was constructed in 1081 AD. James Ernest Lighthouse of Romford built the world’s first ice making machine in 1871. Essex’s coastline of 350 miles is the longest in the UK. Other than Devon, Essex has the most footpaths of any other English county. Manningtree is Britain’s smallest town. Famous people who have lived in Essex include Queen Boudicca. Southend has the longest pleasure pier in the world and the National Motor Boat Museum in Pitsea is the only museum in the world devoted entirely to the history of motor boats.
Local search areas for skip hire in the Essex region
- Canvey Island
- Saffron Walden
Popular areas for skip hire in and around Essex include • Chelmsford • Braintree • Colchester • Brentwood • Basildon • Benfleet • Billericay • Boreham • Boxted • Canvey Island • Chigwell • Clacton • Corringham • Debden • Epping • Farnham • Fyfield • Grays • Harlow • Harwich • Hockley • Kelvedon • Maldon • Benfleet • Ramsey • Rochford • Saffron Walden • Southend-on-Sea • Stanford-le-Hope • Thurrock • Waltham Abbey • Westcliff-on-Sea.
5 curious facts about Essex
- The sunniest place in Britain is, apparently, the village of Ashingdon. It must be the one part of Essex where they don't wear fake tan...
- The Coalhouse Fort has stood as a coastal defence in Britain since 1404.
- Jason Mohr was a member of the Essex Scouts - he got as high as Eagle rank (the highest).
- The elephants at Colchester Zoo are called Tembo, Opal, Zola, and Tanya.
- Colchester United FC are one half of the Essex Derby, the other formed by Southend United. The 'U's have won exactly the same number of games as Southend.