Eight O-licence applications and decisions that got our attention this week - 1 November 2017

Commercial Motor
November 1, 2017


Commercial Motor looks at some of the O-licence applications and decisions that were published this week.

Leeds-based DX Network Services has increased its operation at Colmworth Business Park in St Neots to 20 vehicles and 10 trailers.

Dirty Harry’s Waste Management, based in Tottenham Court Road, London, has applied for an authorisation for 15 vehicles at its operating centre in Penhall Road, London.

Alken Construction of Hartlepool has been granted an increase in the size of its operating centre at 132 Whitby Street, Hartlepool to nine vehicles.

Hermes Parcelnet has increased its authorisation at its operating centre in Capitol Close, Morley, Leeds, to 160 vehicles and 600 trailers.

Bolton-based 3D International Haulage has applied to run an operating centre for 10 vehicles and 10 trailers at Axletree Way, Wednesbury.

MRB Transport (Hampshire) has been given permission to increase the size of its existing operating centre at Broom Lane, Lee-on-Solent, to 25 vehicles and 40 trailers.

Bob Davies Transport has been granted an increase in the size of its operating centre at Haygrass Nursery, Shoreditch, Taunton, to 12 vehicles and 12 trailers.

Hunter Transport has applied to run two vehicles and two trailers on the Superglass site at the Thistle Industrial Estate, Stirling, Scotland.

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