10 O-licence applications and decisions that caught our eye - 18 August 2017

Ashleigh Wight
August 18, 2017


CM picks out 10 O-licence applications and decisions that were made this week.

FedEx UK would like to base six vehicles and six trailers in Pincey Road, London Stansted Airport, Stansted.

Menzies Distribution has been given the green light for eight vehicles at a new site in Lyon Road, Paisley.

Goldstar Heathrow wants eight vehicles and three trailers at a site in Kingsbury Road, Minworth, Birmingham.

John Lewis has had its authorisation at its Lister Street, Glasgow depot increased to 36 vehicles and two trailers.

Abbey Logistics Group has permission for its fleet to be increased to six vehicles and six trailers in Gayton Road, Milton Malsor, Northampton. It has also had its authorisation decreased to 14 vehicles and 30 trailers at British Sugar’s Cantley Factory, Norwich.
The company would also like permission for five vehicles and 15 trailers in Abbotts Way, Off Brunel Drive, Newark Industrial Estate, Newark-on-Trent.

W L Duffield & Sons has applied for 12 vehicles and eight trailers at a Staple Road, Wingham, Canterbury site.

Montgomery Distribution can operate eight vehicles and five trailers from Confederation Park, Lowfields Way, Leeds. The site replaces an operating centre Howley Park Road East, Morley, Leeds.

Mick George may operate 15 vehicles and five trailers from Sawtry Way, Wyton, Huntingdon.

DHL Supply Chain wants to increase its fleet to four vehicles in Tromso Close, Tyne Tunnel Trading Estate, North Shields.


About the Author


Ashleigh Wight

Ashleigh is a former news reporter for Commercial Motor and Motor Transport and currently the editor of OHW+ and HR and wellbeing editor at Personnel Today.

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