12 O-licence applications and decisions that grabbed our attention - 24 November 2017

Ashleigh Wight
November 24, 2017


Chiltern Cold Storage Group has applied for 15 vehicles and 20 trailers at a new operating centre in Tunnel Bank, Bourne, Lincolnshire.

Eddie Stobart would like a site in Bangrave Road, Corby, where it would base 20 vehicles and 20 trailers.

Royal Mail Group has permission for 20 vehicles and eight trailers in Eastern Avenue Road, Gloucester; and 75 vehicles and 75 trailers in Govier Way, Avonmouth.

Suttons Tankers has been granted permission for five vehicles and five trailers in The Manorway, Stanford-le-Hope.

Turners (Soham) has applied for four vehicles and four trailers in Prior Road, Tyne & Wear.

Fowler Welch can base 10 vehicles and 15 trailers in Barrowman Road, Birchington, Kent.

DHL Supply Chain would like to base one vehicle in Riverside Road, Sunderland.

Europa Worldwide Logistics had had its authorisation at its Shield Road, Littlebrook Business Park, Dartford site increased to 30 vehicles and 160 trailers.

Wolesley UK has applied for a new site in Boyatt Wood Industrial Estate, Goodwood Road, Eastleigh, where it wants seven vehicles and two trailers.

James Kemball has permission for six vehicles and six trailers in Salisbury Road, Calmore, Southampton; and 20 vehicles and 20 trailers in Eling Wharf, Totton. It has removed its site in Quayside Road, Fawley, Southampton from its O-licence.

Owens (Road Services) has applied for a new operating centre in Burton Road, Findern, Derby, where it would like two vehicles and two trailers. This will replace its site in Hilton Business Park, Hilton, Derby.

River Island Clothing Co may operate four vehicles and two trailers from a Trafford Park Road, Trafford Park, Stretford, Manchester depot.

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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