Reliable Skip Hire Worthing
- All sizes available
- Same day Sussex skip hire
- Roll on / off (RoRo) hire
- Grab Hire available
- Fly Tipping Removal Experts
- Commercial & domestic skip hire
- Wait & Load service
- Free, friendly advice
- Up to 2 weeks hire
We're a friendly, reliable, family run skip hire company covering Worthing, West Sussex BN11, BN12, BN13 & BN14. We've been in business for over 25 years and have depots in Sussex and Central London.
The skip hire process
We understand that not everyone is familiar with the process of hiring a skip, so our committed team are on hand to answer all your questions; there's no obligation to book and we can usually provide you with the information you need in just a few minutes. If you'd like to find out a few more details before contacting us, please take a look at our FAQ page.
If your skip is going to be placed on a public road, you'll need to have a skip permit. We can often apply for these on your behalf to make the process of hiring a skip as smooth and trouble free as possible. If you're intending to put the skip on your own land (such as your garden or driveway), you won't need a permit.
Skip sizes and prices
If you're not sure what skip size you need to hire, you can either call our experienced team for free advice or take a look at our sizes and prices page to get an overview of the types of waste materials you can and can't put in each different size of skip.
Skip hire regulations
We're a registered waste carrier and by law, we're required to dispose of all skip waste we collect in the correct way. We work closely with West Sussex County Council to ensure that we continue to meet all necessary Legislation and we're also listed on the Environment Agency's public register as a licensed waste carrier.
Skip delivery and collection
There are times when you may need a skip delivered as a matter of urgency. We can often arrange a 3 hour turnaround for skip deliveries and collections (or a skip exchange) in Worthing within a 3 hours window from the time of booking. We have a straightforward booking process that can either be done by email or over the phone. If you email us, a member of our team will be in touch to confirm the details of your booking.
Wait & Load service in Worthing
Our bespoke 'Wait and Load' service is also available if you don't want the trouble or additional expense of obtaining a skip permit. Because the skip is filled as soon as it arrives in Worthing, there's no need to worry about anything else apart from what you want to put in it.
Some fascinating facts about Worthing
It is thought that Worthing has been inhabited for around 6,000 years and you may not know that it contains Britain's largest concentration of Stone Age flint mines, which are some of the earliest mines known of in Europe. The Iron Age hill fort of Cissbury Ring lies within the Borough and is one of the largest currently known in Britain.
How did Worthing get its name?
Generally the term "ingas" means "people of" (in modern times, this has been reduced to "ing"). The first part "Worth" means "place of Worth" or "Woro's people", This indicates that someone called Worth or Woro, was once the leader of the area of modern-day Worthing.
More recent history
Worthing was a small mackerel fishing hamlet for many centuries but then in the late 18th century, it became more popular as a Georgian seaside holiday resort, attracting the wealthy and fashionable of the day to its shores. The area remained a popular seaside resort for many years and this is evidenced today by Worthing having three theatres and one of Britain's oldest cinemas.
Worthing officially became a town in 1803. The new town expanded rapidly, giving rise to the well-known developments of Park Crescent and Liverpool Terrace. Oscar Wilde holidayed in the town in 1893 and 1894 and wrote "The Importance of Being Earnest" during his second visit. Nobel prize-winner Harold Pinter also lived in Worthing. The area was also very popular with smugglers in the 1800's and was the site of rioting by the "Skeleton Army" around this time.
An excavation at Little High Street dates the earliest remains from Worthing town centre to the Bronze Age. There is also an important Bronze Age hill fort on the western fringes of the modern borough at Highdown Hill. During the Iron Age, one of Britain's largest hill forts was built at Cissbury Ring. The area was part of the civitas of the Regni during the Romano-British period. Several of the borough's roads date from this era and lie in a grid layout known as 'centuriation'. In the 5th and 6th centuries, the area became part of the kingdom of Sussex. The place-names of the area, including the modern-day name of Worthing originate from this time.
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