Nine applications and decisions that stood out this week - 23 Feb

Commercial Motor
February 23, 2018


Les Smith Bulk Haulage has applied for a standard international O-licence for four vehicles and four trailers to operate from Whiting Ash Farm in Malvern. Transport manager is Leslie Derek Smith.

Henmans of Herefordshire, based at Shobdon, Leominster, is asking the TC if it can upgrade its licence from restricted to standard national.

Cross Channel Freight has been granted a licence to operate six vehicles and six trailers from an operating centre at South Staffs Business Park, Cannock. Transport manager is Stephen Dawson.

An application for a standard international licence for three vehicles and five trailers has been made by Presland Transport Services. The operating centre would be William Guilder on Eversham Roadd, Teddington and the transport manager is Ian Presland.

Louis McNally has asked to increase his standard national O-licence authorisation to four vehicles and four trailers out of his operating centre at LJM Commercials, Winterstoke Road, Weston-Super-Mare.

Transport Ltd has been granted a standard international licence for five vehicles and five trailers to operate from a new operating centre at the GBA International car compound, Western Docks, Southampton.

Lancashire Haulage has been allowed to move its operating centre from Chichester Street, Rochdale to a new centre at Barleycastle Trading Estate, Appleton Thorn, Warrington. The authorisation will be for two vehicles and two trailers.

RC Robinson Haulage has been granted a standard national licence for 17 vehicles and three trailers at Meadow Lane industrial estate in Alfreton. It's transport manager is Derek Alexander Aitken.

James Bernard Murray has applied for a standard international licence for two vehicles and two trailers to operate from Bromley Football Club, Hayes Lane, Bromley. The transport manager is Laura Joleen Gallagher.


By David Harris




















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