Source Brent Council: Brent Community skips | Brent Council
Are you wondering what to do with an old sofa, washing machine or mattress? Looking to clear out a room or freshen up your home?
The community skips are back again, ready to take your unwanted bulky waste and recycle it or give it a new home.
The skip will be touring the borough, visiting each of Brent’s 21 wards. All dates and locations are listed below.
You can drop off up to five bulky items free of charge, as long as you can show proof of a Brent address.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept builders’ materials (such as rubble), garden waste (including soil), commercial waste, pianos or clinical and hazardous waste.
Representatives from Veolia will join the council’s Neighbourhood Managers to help sort items and ensure they are recycled and reused wherever possible. Residents are also welcome to take away any items to reuse or repurpose.
Cllr Krupa Sheth, Lead Member for Environment, said: “The community skips are always a huge hit with residents. Last year, we swapped the skip for a refuge truck to fit more in and I am pleased we will be doing the same again this year.
“These skips help to stop bulky items from ending up on the streets and cluttering our neighbourhoods. However, we will also fine all those we identify as dumping rubbish illegally. There is no excuse for fly-tipping – your rubbish, your responsibility.”
You can find the community skip in your area on the following dates:
Please check the location and date of your local community skip the day before you go, just in case there are any last minute changes.
Kenton & Kingsbury Connects
The Neighbourhood manager for the Kenton Ward is Shirley Holmes
|Barnhill||Grass area opposite Wessex Court, The Avenue, Wembley HA9 9QJ||19 February 2022||10am to 12pm|
|Kenton||Gooseacre Lane, HA3 0YA||19 February 2022||2pm to 4pm|
|Queensbury||Queensbury Station parade, HA8 5NR||26 February 2022||10am to 12pm|
|Fryent||Outside The Father O’Callaghan Centre, Hay Lane, NW9 0NG||5 March 2022||10am to 12pm|
The Neighbourhood managers for the Wembley Ward are Mark O’Brien and Jon Ashby.
|Northwick Park||The Green, HA0 3QZ||20 February 2022||10am to 12pm|
|Preston||Windermere Avenue, outside Church of the Annunciation, HA9 8QT||20 February 2022||2pm to 4pm|
|Sudbury||Sylvester Road, close to Harrowdene Road (alongside tennis courts), HA0 3AA||5 March 2022||2pm to 4pm|
|Alperton||Stanley Avenue, corner of Woodstock Road, HA0 4JD||12 March 2022||2pm to 4pm|
|Wembley Central||Chaplin Road, close to Ranelagh Road, HA0 4TX||19 March 2022||10am to 12pm|
|Tokyngton||Grand Avenue, corner of Vivian Avenue HA9 6LS||20 March 2022||2pm to 4pm|
The Neighbourhood manager for the Willesden ward is Phil Stagles.
|Dollis Hill||Brook Road, opposite the junction of Hawarden Hill, NW2 7DF||6 March 2022||10am to 12pm|
|Dudden Hill||Franklyn Road, parking bays opposite numbers 28 – 36, NW10 9TE||6 March 2022||2pm to 4pm|
|Welsh Harp||Deanscroft Avenue, parking bays opposite Cherrylands Close (near to the junction with Salmon Street), NW9 8EW||8 March 2022||10am to 12pm|
|Willesden Green||Balmoral Road, parking bays outside numbers 43 – 55, NW2 5BN||10 March 2022||10am to 12pm|
The Neighbourhood manager for the Kilburn ward is Raakesh Shah.
|Mapesbury||Anson Road, NW2 3UU||26 February 2022||2pm to 4pm|
|Queens Park||Winchester Avenue opposite Mapes House, NW6 7TR||12 March 2022||10am to 12pm|
|Brondesbury Park||Aylestone Avenue opposite Tiverton Park, NW6 7NN||13 March 2022||10am to 12pm|
|Kilburn||Algernon Road, NW6 6PU||19 March 2022||2pm to 4pm|
The Neighbourhood manager for the Harlesden ward is Ashley Cumberbatch.
|Stonebridge||Conduit Way junction with Wybourne Way, NW10 0RD||11 March 2022||10am to 12pm|
|Harlesden||Connaught Road opposite Gibraltar House, NW10 9AH||13 March 2022||2pm to 4pm|
|Kensal Green||Wendover Road junction with Nightingale Road, NW10 4SA||20 March 2022||10am to 12pm|