TJ provides complete site clearance service for local council

TJ has provided an all-inclusive service to Portsmouth City Council to clear a site that had been derelict for some time and had become an eyesore to the local area and the community.

When called upon, TJ was able to offer a complete service to get the job done quickly and efficiently. They took care of everything from labour services to skip hire and hazardous waste disposal.


The work took TJ two days to complete and the council has since requested further quotes to clear several other sites for them around the city.

This project is a great example of the full site waste management service that TJ offers – providing an ideal ‘one stop shop’ for landowners and public organisations who have land that needs to be cleared.


It is a bespoke service; TJ will assess each site on an individual basis and advise on the best way to tackle each project. TJ has a range of equipment to deal with site clearance tasks, including a range of different skip sizes and capacities, the option for grab hire where appropriate and access to specialist services to dispose of a range of hazardous wastes.

TJ can also supply aggregates if needed; they are able to source and supply in excess of 20 different aggregate materials, which can be delivered in 5-29 tonne loads and as many loads as required. Loads can be delivered simultaneously by multiple vehicles and/or over a number of days, weeks or months as required and depending on the size and requirements of the project.


General Manager Luke Haskell said: “We’re flexible and versatile, happy and able to tailor our services to suit the demands of your project, whatever they may be. We have a vast amount of experience in site clearance and the services surrounding it, so please don’t hesitate to get in touch so we can get to work for you.”

Find out more about our aggregates, commercial waste management and skip hire services. Get in touch to discuss your land clearance project with our specialist team today!

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Luke Haskell
11 February 2021