10 applications and decisions that caught our eye this week - 12 March
Commercial Motor takes a look at some of the applications and decisions published this week including Boyle Transport and the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Boyle Transport (NI) has applied for a standard international O-licence for 23 vehicles and 15 trailers to operate from a site in Porterfield Rd, Renfrew.
M A H UK Transport has applied to increase its standard national authorisation at its operating centre at TNT, Jessops Way, Croydon to eight vehicles and eight trailers.
Bowman Haulage has been granted a standard national O-licence for four vehicles and four trailers to operate from units 15 and 16, Terminus Rd, Chichester.
Transport MC has applied to operate three vehicles on a standard national licence from Western Approach Distribution Park, Severn Beach, Bristol.
Terence Hooper and Lorraine Jayne Hooper have made a standard national licence application for seven vehicles and six trailers to operate from White Gate Farm, Bridgewater.
Ballards Removals have asked for a standard international licence variation to increase authorisation at its operating centre in Great North Rd, Gamston to 50 vehicles and 50 trailers. It has also asked for its operating centre in Tuxford, Newark, to be removed.
Beaches Logistics has made a standard national licence application for 18 vehicles and 16 trailers to operate from Kiln Farm, Milton Keynes.
3GL Transport (Scotland) has requested an increase in its standard national authorisation at its operating centre at Stable Rd Business Park, Shotts, to 10 vehicles and 15 trailers.
Francis Transport (Northwich) has applied for a 4 vehicle, 10 trailer authorisation on a new standard national licence with an operating centre in Holyrood Drive, Scunthorpe
The London Philharmonic Orchestra has applied for a restricted O-licence for two vehicles to operate from Endeavour Way, Croydon.