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Skip on drive - refused to move

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  • Skip on drive - refused to move

    I had building work done, it was completed and paid for - included in the price was the cost of a skip for the rubbish - I was told the skip company had been told to come and collect but it didn't happen so I phoned the skip company up myself and was told the builders have not paid their bill for 3 months so they wont be collecting it and I should phone them up!! I did and was assured it was going to be sorted - they sent me a text to say it was paid and the skip company confirmed it had but they are now very busy and close for Christmas tomorrow -
    Is it right they can do this - what would happen if the builders had never paid ? Can another skip company remove their skip and deliver it to them? or place on the road?
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    I would contact the skip company again and inform them that there will a storage charge of £250/ day. That my get some action from them. Also as the builder had the contract with them put pressure on them as well.

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      Don't place skip on road if you don't have a licence!
      Over Christmas you'll be lucky to find any skip companies operating, let alone any that would risk moving another companies' goods.
      As they have now been paid I would assume skip will be removed when they are back at work (Jan 2nd?)

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