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#401162 - 12th Apr 2010 10:49pm My yard cleared of rubbish.
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My back yard has rubbish that I need clearing with the summer on it way. I don't drive so have not be able to take stuff to the tip, but it's high time I did something about it as I have 4 rugrats who want the yard sorted so they can play out in it (it's not as bad as it sound lol),so anyone who is reasonable price! I need someone with a van to clear my yard would be a huge help. thank you smile
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#401273 - 13th Apr 2010 10:16am Re: My yard cleared of rubbish. [Re: Angel_x]
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#401277 - 13th Apr 2010 10:28am Re: My yard cleared of rubbish. [Re: ]
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The only way I can do it at the moment is to hire a van (£45) frown sorry.

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#401372 - 13th Apr 2010 6:12pm Re: My yard cleared of rubbish. [Re: Wheels]
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I know of a man with a van who might be able to do it, i'll email him and let you know.
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#401382 - 13th Apr 2010 6:48pm Re: My yard cleared of rubbish. [Re: MrPhil]
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You will need a permit if you take a van to the tip.
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#401428 - 13th Apr 2010 9:16pm Re: My yard cleared of rubbish. [Re: diggingdeeper]
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Thanks all I'm in wallasey any help would be great, why do you need a permit with a van?
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#401449 - 13th Apr 2010 9:48pm Re: My yard cleared of rubbish. [Re: Angel_x]
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coucil realized to many contractors where using the tip for free, when the free tipping is only for the general public and not trade people. So the permit system has been set up {you have to pay for the permit} there is also now a restriction on anybody who uses a trailor, they do at times log your registration and if your found to be going more than once a month with the trailer you are turned away. How stric they are on the trailor issue i do not know.
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#401462 - 13th Apr 2010 10:22pm Re: My yard cleared of rubbish. [Re: jimbob]
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Originally Posted By: jimbob
coucil realized to many contractors where using the tip for free, when the free tipping is only for the general public and not trade people. So the permit system has been set up {you have to pay for the permit} there is also now a restriction on anybody who uses a trailor, they do at times log your registration and if your found to be going more than once a month with the trailer you are turned away. How stric they are on the trailor issue i do not know.


How do you go about getting one, so I know for the person/s who need it thanks for the info guys
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#401465 - 13th Apr 2010 10:26pm Re: My yard cleared of rubbish. [Re: Angel_x]
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Sometimes its just easier with an estate than a trailer, they don't keep an eye on them. Its hassle to get a permit when you can fit a lot of junk into an estate (even a tiny 206 estate is surprisingly spacious from recent experience).

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#401469 - 13th Apr 2010 10:32pm Re: My yard cleared of rubbish. [Re: Angel_x]
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Originally Posted By: Angel_x
Thanks all I'm in wallasey any help would be great, why do you need a permit with a van?
You dont need a permit if its a hired van (OR ME) grin
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#401476 - 13th Apr 2010 10:39pm Re: My yard cleared of rubbish. [Re: kimpri]
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I think the best bet is coming to view my yard and giving me a price on it as I need it doing and the cheapest way possible smile
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#401516 - 13th Apr 2010 11:49pm Re: My yard cleared of rubbish. [Re: kimpri]
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Ok, to clear this up (pun intended), from the site ...

If you’re planning to use a van or large trailer to access Wirral’s Household Waste Recycling Centres then you will need to apply for a Permit. The vehicles are:

• A van
• An estate/hatchback/4x4/car with rear seats removed and/or permanently blanked out side/rear windows
• Any ‘flatback’ or pick-up vehicle
• A trailer between 2 and 3 metres long

You do not need a Permit if you are using a car or a car with a trailer that is less than 2 metres long (external box measurement only, does not include lenght of the tow bar).


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The permits are FREE!
Aside from that Angel, if there is nothing too big or too messy, I would help you out for petrol money only, using my car for as many trips as necessary.
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#401530 - 14th Apr 2010 1:09am Re: My yard cleared of rubbish. [Re: diggingdeeper]
willjb
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Me too, I've a large estate, anything to help.

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