Applications and Decisions - 13 April
Aztek Logistics has applied to increase its standard international authorisation at its operating centre at the Old Gas Works, Works Road, Letchworth Garden City, to 35 vehicles and 30 trailers.
London Tipping Services has applied for an O-licence for 15 vehicles and five trailers to operate from Unit 1, Christmas Lane, Thame, Oxfordshire.
Hassan Elouahabi has applied for a standard national O-licence for a single vehicle to operate from 37 Burford Rd, Witney, Oxfordshire.
Ivybridge-based Langdon Transport has applied to vary its licence conditions by adding two new operating centres to its standard national licence. At the first, on Redlake Trading Estate, Ivybridge, the authorisation would be 15 vehicles and 20 trailers; at the second, at Old Station Yard, Pathfields Trading Estate, South Molton, authorisation would be three vehicles and three trailers.
Omni Recycling has asked to increase its authorization at its existing operating centre at North Farm Lane, Tunbridge Wells to 15 vehicles.
Clarke & Son Transport of Bradford has been granted an O-licence to operate two vehicles and four trailers from 100 Dealburn Road, Bradford. However, it has been asked to provide evidence that it has the required level of finance covering July, August and September of this year, to be provided to the Central Licensing Office in Leeds no later than 31 October.
Beaches Logistics has been granted a standard national licence for 18 vehicles and 16 trailers to operate from Unit K2, Brunleys, Kiln Farm, Milton Keynes.
Milford Haven-based Philip Anthony Thomas and Steven Charles Thomas have applied for an upgrade of their licence from standard national to standard international.
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