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What skip size should I choose for my skip hire requirement in East Central London?

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4 Yard Skip

4 Yard Skip
£195.00 + VAT

Height - 3ft 2in

Length - 6ft

Width - 4ft 3in

30 - 40 Bin Bags
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6 Yard Skip

6 Yard Skip
£225.00 + VAT

Height - 4ft

Length - 8ft 6in

Width - 5ft

50 - 60 Bin Bags
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8 Yard Skip

8 Yard Skip
£275.00 + VAT

Height - 4ft

Length - 12ft

Width - 5ft 6in

60 - 80 Bin Bags
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12 Yard Skip

12 Yard Skip
£310.00 + VAT

Height - 5ft 6in

Length - 12ft 2in

Width - 5ft 10in

100 - 120 Bin Bags
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14 Yard Skip

14 Yard Skip
£340.00 + VAT

Height - 6ft

Length - 14ft

Width - 6ft 5in

120 - 140 Bin Bags
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16 Yard Skip

16 Yard Skip
£375.00 + VAT

Height - 6ft 5in

Length - 13ft 8in

Width - 6ft 5in

140 - 160 Bin Bags
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What you need to know about East Central London

East Central London

East Central London covers areas of Whitechapel, Barbican Clerkenwell and Farringdon. The principal borough in this district is the City of London, and some parts of Tower Hamlets Westminster Islington Camden and Hackney are also Included in this area. It is a leading commercial and business district in the city and has been a centre of great importance since London became a capital. The museums and historical architecture in this area tell a story of the significance of East central London dating from when the Tower of London was built by William the Conqueror in 1078. Today the embassies, criminal courts and high-rise office buildings that occupy much of the area still speak of the importance and power commanded by this part of the city. Filled with notable high rises such as Tower 42 and The Shard, and places of worship like the infamous St. Paul's Cathedral and the East London Mosque, East central London is a melting pot of cultures, history, and innovation. Ambitious projects like The Shard, which took 5 cranes to build, and Millennium Bridge, which is regarded as an engineering feat, identify East central London as somewhere that continues to push the boundaries in terms of technology, progress and financial investment. East Central London Is also filled with arts culture and many tourist attractions such as The British Museum, the National and the Tate Gallery, and The Barbican Centre, a performing arts centre that hosts Theatre film exhibitions and concerts performed by some of London’s most prestigious orchestras.

  • Population Size 77,292
  • Active Businesses 27,856
  • Waste Collected (tonnes)32,412
  • Tonnes of Waste Recycled or Reused 15,824

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