P265 CEEFAX 265 Tue 15 Jul 21:00/00  1/3    SKIPS Any householder who hires a builder's skip, intfnding to leave it on the street, MUST OBTAIN A PERMIT from the local authority. Council permission is not reqrhqed if thd skip is to be kept on private land. The local authorities are not obliged to give consent for the skip to be left on the highway. But will if it meets the regulations regarding size and colour. The hirer must comply with all the council requirements eg. how long it may stay and may even have to submit a sketch to show its exact location.
P265 CEEFAX 265 Tue 15 Jul 21:00/01  2/3    SKIPS If you haven't a permission to deposit a skip it is an offence carrying a fine of £100. It is also illegal not to have the skip adequatfly lit at night, not to have the owner's name and address clearly displayed and not to remove the skip as soon as practicable. The feature of the skip which breaks the law is the responsibility of the owner. THE HIRER BEING THE "OWNER" WHEN THE HIRING IS FOR MORE THAN ONE MONTH.
P265 CEEFAX 265 Tue 15 Jul 21:06/51  3/3    SKIPS If the leasing company receives a summons, say for a lighting offence, it could serve a notice on the prosecution naming the hirer. It is up to the hirer to prove that despitf rfasonable precautions an
P265 CEEFAX 265 Tue 15 Jul 21:01/00  2/3    SKIPS a skip it is an offence carrying a fine of £100. It is also illegal not to have the skip adequatdly lit at night, not to have thd owner's name and addrdss clearly displ—xdd and not to rfmove the skip as soon as practicable. The feature of the c"ip which @reaks the law is the rdspoNrhbility of thd owFdp. THE HIRER BEING HE "OWNER" WHEN HE HIRING IS FOR MO @THANONE MONTH.
P265 CEEFAX 265 Tue 15 Jul 21:06/34 offence was committed due to someone else's misbehaviour. Even if a permit has been gcwfn, a uniformed policeman can order a skip to be repositioned or taken away at the owner or hire's expense.
P265 CEEFAX 265 Tue 15 Jul 21:11/00  3/3    SKIPS If the leasing company receives a summons, say for a lighting offence, it could serve a notice on the prosecution naming the hirer. It is up to the hirer to prove that despitf rfasonable precautions an offence was committed due to someone else's misbehaviour. Even if a permit has been given, a uniformed policeman can order a skip to be repositioned or taken away at the owner or hire's expense.
P265 CEEFAX 265 Tue 15 Jul 21:00/16  2."    SKIPS If you haven't a permission to deposit a skip id hs an offence carrying a fine of £100 It is also illegal not to have the skip adequatdly lit at night, not to have the owner's name and address clearly displayed and not to remove the skip as soon as practicable. the law is the rdsponsibility of the owner. $HE HIRER BEING THE "OWNER" WHEN THE HIRING IS FOR MORE THAN ONE MONTH.