O-licence applications and decisions of the week - 17 February 2017

Ashleigh Wight
February 16, 2017

 

Commercialmotor.com looks at some of the major O-licence applications and decisions that were made this week.

Applications

Kuehne + Nagel has applied for a new operating centre in Dalcross Industrial Estate, Inverness, where it will base five vehicles and five trailers.

Bibby Supply Chain Services, which trades as Bibby Distribution, wants three vehicles and six trailers at a new site in Craigleith Road, Broadleys Business Park, Stirling.

FedEx UK would like to increase its authorisation at its Charleston cistribution centre, Nigg, Aberdeen site to three vehicles and two trailers; and increase its fleet in Church Street, Cowdenbeath to two vehicles and two trailers. It would also like six vehicles at a new depot in Riverside Way Industrial Estate, Cambridge Road, Harlow.

WS Transportation wants to increase its authorisation at Severfield Watson’s Dalton Airfield site in Dalton, Thirsk to 75 vehicles and 115 trailers; and to 28 vehicles and 28 trailers at Eddie Stobart’s Daventry Freight Terminal, Crick Road, Kilsby, Rugby. It would also like to remove its site in Sherburn Distribution Park, Hurricane Way South, Sherburn-in-Elmet.

TNT UK wants to upgrade its London and the South East O-licence to standard international.

Reason Transport has applied to increase its authorisation at its Heyford Park, Camp Road, Upper Heyford, Bicester site to 16 vehicles and 11 trailers.

Decisions

Ferguson Transport (Spean Bridge) has been given the green light for 50 vehicles and 80 trailers at its depot in Corpach, Fort William.

Alan Davie may operate 35 vehicles and 30 trailers from its site in Tealing, Dundee.

Suttons Tankers has permission for 20 vehicles and 30 trailers at its site in Pheasant Drivem Birstall, Batley.

Kersey Freight has had its authorisation increased to 10 vehicles and 40 trailers at its Ipswich Road, Hadleigh, Ipswich site.

Edge Transport has had its authorisation increased to 35 vehicles and 55 trailers at its site in Fourth Avenue, Zone 2, Deeside Industrial Park, Deeside.

Day Group has permission for a new operating centre in Woodsford Quarry, Dorchester, where it can base three vehicles and three trailers; and at King Road Avenue, Avonmouth Docks, Avonmouth, where it can operate six vehicles and six trailers.

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