Cherry picker hire with operator

If your looking to hire a cherry picker with an operator then we can help. All our hire options include a fully insured and trained operative for the full length of the hire.


You may see that a cherry picker is referred to as a Boom Lift. It is common to find different terms for the same thing.

Access platforms to hire

We recommend when working at height to hire an access platform. This ensures safe working practice and avoids accidents. Hire can be booked online or via the phone.

Van Mounted Cherry Picker

We have access to the latest van mounted cherry picker available for hire across Yorkshire.

Cherry Picker Services

When looking for a cherry picker to hire you may require it for some of the following services. Please note that a cherry picker is sometimes reffered to as; Boom Lift, Powered access, MEWP, Scissor Lift to name a few.

Frequently asked questions

What are access platforms?

An access platform also is known as a cherry picker, boom lift or MEWP is used to access high-level works safely and easily. Available in different extension lengths they are used for a number of tasks.

Cherry picker hire with operative?

Our cherry picker hire is inclusive of a fully trained operative. They can assess the situation and provide a risk assessment to make sure that a MEWP is required.

How much is a cherry picker to hire per day?

When looking for the cost to hire a cherry picker the charges from suppliers can vary. It is important to hire a company who are insured and trained to the health and safety requirements of working at height. Our costs can be found below.

What area do you cover?

We cover a wide area and certainly cover Yorkshire and its districts. If you have a job that is outside of this location please contact us to discuss any additional costs.

What is access hire?

Access hire is the use of a powered lift with a working platform. This is useful for a number of applications including chimney repair, roof inspections, gutter cleaning and commercial works.

Cherry picker hire price list

Half Day Hire
Truck Mounted Cherry Picker
Fully Trained Operative
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Weekly Rates
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Working at height

Falls from height are the biggest cause of workplace deaths and one of the biggest causes of major injury.

Around 16% of reported work accidents involve falling from a height.

Working at height means any height from which people could fall and injure themselves. The Work at Height Regulations 2005 link to external website place a duty on employers and contractors to ensure that all work at height is:

  • Properly planned and organised – including planning for emergencies and rescue
  • Assessed for risks using a hierarchy of control measures
  • Appropriately supervised
  • Done in a way that is – as far as is reasonably practical – safe
  • Always done by competent people, including managers and supervisors, who are appropriately trained and supervised
  • Done using appropriate equipment that is regularly inspected and maintained.
  • Keeping up to date with HSE and industry guidance will help you meet your duties under the Work at Height Regulations.

The Work at Height Regulations 2005 requires an assessment to be carried out before starting any work at height. If the assessment determines that the work can be carried out in a way that avoids having someone working at height then this must be done.
However, if the assessment confirms that there is no alternative to working at height then the work must be properly planned and organised in advance by a competent person to ensure that the most suitable work equipment is chosen.

For further information regarding working at height we recommend the following sources;

Working at height: A brief guide Leaflet INDG401(rev2)
HSE Books 2014

BS 8460:2005 Safe use of MEWPs. Code of Practice
British Standards Institution
Crane stability on site C703 (Second edition) CIRIA
2003 ISBN 978 0 86017 703 6

BS ISO 18878:2013 Mobile elevating work platforms.

Guidance Note GS6 (Fourth edition) HSE 2013

Managing health and safety in construction.
Construction (Design and Management) Regulations
2007. Approved Code of Practice L144 HSE Books
2007 ISBN 978 0 7176 6223 4