Seven applications and decisions that stood out this week

Commercial Motor
November 9, 2018

A new operating centre for Eddie Stobart and a new licence holder at an old Palmer & Harvey DC were among the As&Ds that caught our eye this week.


  • Eddie Stobart has applied for authorisation for a new operating centre on Lauchope Road on the Newhouse Industrial Estate in Motherwell. The firm has requested to operate 50 vehicles and 50 trailers from the site.
  • Anderson Haulage (Inverness) has applied for a variation to its standard international licence so that it can operate five vehicles and eight trailers from a new operating centre at Dipper Park, Moniack Bridge, Kirkhill, Inverness.
  • A standard national licence has been granted to Collect2 to operate five vehicles and eight trailers from its warehouse at Frances Industrial Park, Wemyss Road, Dysart. 
  • Ashvale Haulage has applied for a standard national licence for 40 vehicles and four trailers to operate from the junction 10 compound, adjacent to Pound Lane, Hurst, Reading.
  • A Wheeler & Sons Transport has applied to increase authorisation at its operating centre on Ryeford Industrial Estate, Stonehouse, to 10 vehicles and eight trailers.
  • Selor Transport has made a variation application on its standard national licence so it can open an operating centre at Team Knowhow, at the old Palmer and Harvey distribution centre on the Mid Kent Business Park in Snodland. Authorisation will be for 35 vehicles and 30 trailers.
  • Mark Lazarus & Partners has been granted a standard national licence for four vehicles to operate from Crow Lane, Romford.

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