Eight O-licence applications and decisions that caught our eye this week - 8 September 2017

Ashleigh Wight
September 8, 2017


Commercial Motor takes a look at some of the O-licence applications and decisions issued this week.

Royal Mail Group has applied for 20 vehicles and three trailers in Seafield Road, Inverness.

D S Smith Recycling UK has permission for a site at The Ridgeway, South Mills, Blunham, Bedford, where it can base two vehicles and four trailers.

Alan Davie has had its authorisation increased to 40 vehicles and 35 trailers at Myreton Garage, Tealing, Dundee.

Brit European Transport would like five vehicles in Cowpen Lane, Billingham; and 25 vehicles and 25 trailers at Kiln Lane Tranding Estate, Stallingborough, Grimsby.

Bibby Supply Chain Services wants four vehicles at a site in Steinbeck Crescent, Snelshall West, Milton Keynes.

Buffaload Logistics has withdrawn its application to increase its authorisation to 70 vehicles and 80 trailers at its Grove Lane, Ellington, Huntingdon operating centre.

GBA Transport wants an increased fleet of 10 vehicles and 10 trailers at E M Edwards Works, Llandarcy, Neath.

Hermes Parcelnet has had its authorisation increased to 40 vehicles and 14 trailers in Victoria Way, Newmarket.

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.

Share this article

Vehicle Type