O-licence applications and decisions of the week - 16 June 2017

Ashleigh Wight
June 16, 2017


Hovis would like to decrease its authorisation at its Duke Street, Glasgow site to 33 vehicles and 25 trailers.

Tuffnells Parcels Express can base 45 vehicles and 50 trailers at a new site in Europa Close, Sheffield.

Tesco Distribution wants to increase its authorisation to 240 vehicles and 430 trailers at its Wood End Lane, Fradley Park Industrial Estate, Fradley, Lichfield site.

AW Jenkinson has had its O-licence upgraded from a standard national to a standard international one.

Mark Thompson Transport has permission for five vehicles and five trailers at TNT (UK)’s site in Fourth Avenue, Deeside Industrial Park, Deeside.

Eddie Stobart would like a new operating centre in Central Avenue, Hallen, Avonmouth, Bristol, where it would like 20 vehicles and 20 trailers.

Panther Warehousing has applied for 12 vehicles and 15 trailers in Follingsby Avenue, Gateshead. It would also like to increase its authorisation at its Cross Green Industrial Estate, Pontefract Lane, Leeds site to 12 vehicles and 15 trailers.

The Salvatori Group of Companies has permission for 60 vehicles and 30 trailers in Swale Way, Sittingbourne.

UPS has had its authorisation at its Mildenhall Road, Emerald Park East, Burt St. Edmunds site increased to 88 vehicles and 13 trailers. It also has permission for 154 vehicles and 260 trailers in Ocean Boulevard, Stanford Le Hope, Essex.

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