The Bristol Avenue tip is for disposing of household waste only by Blackpool residents only.
To make sure businesses do not use the site to dispose of commercial waste you will need a permit to tip in a commercial-type vehicle or to get rid of hardcore, rubble, soil or plasterboard.
Permits allow you one visit per month for 12 months and will be subject to an administration charge of £13.50
You will need to apply for your permit at least 5 working days before your planned visit.
View the full terms and conditions for a Blackpool Council tip permit.
Hardcore, soil and rubble
Residents wanting to dispose of any hardcore or rubble, soil will need to purchase a permit.
Your permit will allow you to dispose of 75 kg of hardcore, rubble and soil waste once a month for a period of 12 months
Types of hardcore and rubble include:
- Ceramic (e.g. toilet seat, sink etc.)
If you have large amounts of rubble and hardcore this can be disposed of at Blackpool Skip Hire
Residents wanting to dispose of their household waste in any of the following vehicles will need to purchase a permit
- Short/medium wheel base vans - up to 5 m in length
- Cars towing a single axle trailer- up to 3 m in length
Your permit will allow you one visit per month for a period of 12 months and costs £13.50. This also includes the 75 kg monthly weight limit of hardcore and rubble waste.
Vehicles not allowed on site
The following vehicles are not allowed on site
- Vans or pick-ups with trailers
- Box vans (Luton vans)
- Any vehicle with signage
- Horse boxes
- Long wheel base vehicles
- Twin-axle trailers
- Single-axle Trailers over 3 m in length
Visitor permit (Hired/borrowed vehicles)
You can use a hired or borrowed vehicle (as long as it meets the same criteria of the vehicle permit) but you will need to apply for a visitor's permit.
Residents not eligible for a vehicle permit but wanting to dispose of household waste using a hired or borrowed vehicle (meeting the vehicle permit standards) may be able to purchase a visitor permit at a cost of £13.50 allowing a maximum of 3 trips per week. Only one permit will be issued in a 12 month period.
Applying for a permit
Once you have applied for your permit it will be posted to the Blackpool address in your application within 5 working days.
You will not be able to use the tip until you have received your permit.
Your data will either be collected by or shared with Enveco NW Environment Services, who acts as a contractor for Blackpool Council. Information on how they process their data can be found on their website, hard copies can be made available on request.