Seven O-licence applications and decisions that caught our eye this week - 6 October 2017
DHL International (UK) has applied for an increase in authorisation at its Shortwood Court, Shortwood Business Park, Hoyland, Barnsley site to nine vehicles and five trailers. It also wants to remove its Amberley Court, Sheffield depot from its O-licence.
Abbey Logistics Group would like 12 vehicles and 12 trailers at a new operating centre in Kiln Lane, Stallingborough.
Travis Perkins has permission for 40 vehicles and 55 trailers in Cold Stores Road, Queen Alexandra Dock, Cardiff.
Royal Mail Group is seeking a new operating centre in Weston Avenue, West Thurrock, Grays, where it would like 25 vehicles and 25 trailers.
Bibby Supply Chain Services can operate four vehicles from Suzuki GB’s site in Steinbeck Crescent, Snelshall West, Milton Keynes.
Fowler Welch would like 10 vehicles and 15 trailers in Barrow Man Road, Birchington, Kent.
Macintyre Transport has applied for 11 vehicles and 11 trailers at Barton Dock Road, Stretford, Manchester.