12 O-licence applications and decisions that got our attention this week- 10 November 2017

Nagel Langdons

 

Carntyne Transport Co has applied for eight vehicles and eight trailers at an operating centre in Huskisson Dock, Regent Road, Liverpool.

Canute Haulage Group wants a new site in Molly Millers Lane, Wokingham, Berkshire, where it would like 15 vehicles and 15 trailers. This will replace another site on the same road.

N R Evans & Son would like 20 vehicles and 20 trailers at Bibby Distribution’s site in Tuscany Way. Wakefield Europort, Normanton.

Nagel Langdons wants to increase its authorisation to 111 vehicles and 152 trailers in Showground Road, Bridgwater.

S Ollerton has permission for six vehicles and three trailers in Preston Road, Charnock Richard, Chorley, which replaces a site in Millom Road, Millom.

Maritime Transport has applied for a new operating centre in Iport Avenue, New Rossington, Doncaster, where it wishes to base 30 vehicles and 40 trailers.

Green & Skinner (Haulage) would like 28 vehicles and 10 trailers in Claydon Business Park, Great Blakenham, Ipswich.

Abbey Logistics Group has been given the green light for a new site in Kiln Lane, Stallingborough, where it will base 12 vehicles and 12 trailers.

Lloyd Fraser Logistics is seeking an increase in authorisation to 35 vehicles and 20 trailers at its sinte in Derby Road, Greenford, London.

S Walsh & Son has been given the green light for 20 vehicles in Rushendon Road, Queenborough, Sheerness.

Biffa Municipal can operate 20 vehicles from Distribution Road, Macmerry Industrial Estate, Macmerry, East Lothian.

Bibby Supply Chain Services wants its authorisation at its Windsor Road, Fairfield Industrial Estate, Louth operation increased to 30 vehicles and 50 trailers.