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Enter your postcode and choose a skip size to compare today’s best prices from Liverpool skip companies serving your area. Contact the cheapest provider to book your skip direct.

 
 
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Search cheap skip hire prices for Liverpool in seconds and then book direct!

Skipandbin.com provides users with a unique way of identifying the most competitive rates available for skip hire in Liverpool. Pay as much as half the normal Liverpool skip hire rates. To see today’s best rates for skip hire in Liverpool just enter your postcode, choose the skip size you require (advice can be found at skip size if needed), and click on the ‘Go’ button. Our results will show the best skip hire prices of local Liverpool skip hire companies and then you book your skip with them direct. It is that easy. The price comparison service is completely free to use but if you find a great skip price, please please tell all your friends because the more people that visit our site the more skip companies will want to list with us, and the lower the prices will become.

skip-hire-liverpoolWe are a national skip hire price comparison site. Unlike skip hire brokers, we don’t add a mark-up on skip companies’ prices. You pay exactly what a skip company wants to charge. We make the skip hire market more efficient by providing a mechanism for local skip hire operators to compete with each other on price. Liverpool skip companies use skipandbin.com to help match their prices to demand. When business is quiet and they have loads of excess capacity, they drop their rates to attract new business, and when they get busier again, they can increase their rates back to normal at the click of a mouse. There are always fantastic deals to be found at skipandbin.com because different skip hire operators in Liverpool are busy at different times.


Liverpool skip permits

skip-permit-liverpoolIf you intend putting a skip in the road or on a pavement in Liverpool you will need to get a skip permit. Failure to do so is an offence for which you can be fined and also your skip removed without notice at any time (although sadly not for free!). Skip permits in Liverpool are issued by the council and cost £10.00 for up to 14 days. Typically your chosen skip hire provider will apply for a skip permit for you and add the cost to the total skip hire price, but the process can take a few days so remember to allow for this in your planning. Visit our skip permits page for additional information on skip permits and to check skip permit prices of councils around the Liverpool. Note that when you run a price comparison request through skipandbin.com, to avoid any confusion the cost of the skip permit is clearly shown as a separate item from the skip hire price itself.


Information about Liverpool

Birthplace of the Beatles, Liverpool has produced more number one hits than any other city in the world. Other than London, Liverpool has the more Grade II-listed buildings than any other city in the UK. Scouse is a stew made from meat, cabbage, potatoes, onion and carrot that was eaten by the poor of Liverpool in the 19th century. Designed by Giles Gilbert Scott in 1904, Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral is the largest cathedral in the UK and 5th largest in the world. The Liverpool and Manchester Railway was the first successful passenger-carrying railway in the world. Liverpool’s racecourse Aintree hosts the Grandnational, the world’s most famous steeplechase.

Skip hire searches for the Liverpool region

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In addition to the search term skip-hire Liverpool, popular online search terms for local operators in the Liverpool region include Allerton, Anfield, Cressington, Everton, Greenbank, Kirkdale, Picton, Riverside, Warbreck, Woolton, Bootle, Crosby, Haydock, Huyton, Litherland, Prescot and St Helens.

5 things you didn't know about Liverpool

  1. Liverpool has more public parks than any other city in the UK, excluding London, or so says the City Council.
  2. The Liverpool Echo newspaper has changed its name more times than any other newspaper in Britain.
  3. Liverpool Cathedral is the largest in the UK, and is the seat of the Diocese of Liverpool.
  4. The Empire Theatre cost £30,000 to build in 1866. That's still only about £2.5 million in today's money.
  5. As if Sir Paul McCartney hadn't already done enough for Liverpool, he also founded the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts in 1985.

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