10 O-licence applications and decisions that caught our eye this week - 13 October 2017
John Jempson & Son can operate 10 vehicles and 20 trailers from a new site in Rye Harbour Road, Rye, East Sussex.
Bullet Express would like to increase its authorisation to 27 and 34 trailers at its site in Ashley Drive, Bothwell, Glasgow; and 15 vehicles and 15 trailers at Baillieston Road, Glasgow.
John G Russell (Transport) has applied to increase its authorisation at its Longman Road, Inverness site to 15 vehicles and 15 trailers.
Aldi Stores has had its authorisation increased to 100 vehicles and 120 trailers at its Holly Lane, Atherstone site; and 10 vehicles and 10 trailers in Watling Street, Wilnecote, Tamworth.
QTR Transport wants permission for a site in Budds Lane, Bordon, Hampshire, where it would like to base six vehicles and three trailers.
Expect Distribution wants an increase in authorisation to 100 vehicles and 85 trailers at its site in Staithgate Lane, Bradford; and 35 vehicles and 25 trailers in Listers Road, Halifax.
Kersey Freight can base 25 vehicles and 75 trailers in Ozone Way, Ozone Business Park, Howden, Goole.
Moran Logistics would like 70 vehicles and 80 trailers in Vauxhall Industrial Estate, Wrexham.
British Telecommunications has applied for an operating centre in Chester Street, Mold, where it would like two vehicles and one trailer.
Olleco has had its authorisation increased to 10 vehicles and 10 trailers in Samian Way, Aston Clinton, Ayesbury.