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Central Demolition has O-licence cut

One of Scotland’s biggest demolition firms has had its O-licence curtailed for six months after it failed to inform the traffic commissioner (TC) about the appointment of a director or his criminal record.

Coultons Bread's O-licence is revoked

Coultons Bread, which trades as Happy Bread, has had its 15-vehicle O-licence revoked at a public inquiry (PI) after being implicated in Driver CPC card fraud. 

Skip owners banned following convictions

Two owners of a skip hire business have been banned from operating after they failed to declare “serious” convictions, involving the use of HGVs, which saw them receive prison sentences.

O-licence denial appeal fails

The Upper Tribunal has upheld the decision to deny a West Lothian company a restricted O-licence, finding it had committed a “flagrant breach” of the regulatory regime by operating without an O-licence.

Drivers' hours offences 'endemic' at Scottish firm

A sole trader who permitted drivers to serially commit drivers’ hours offences and create false records, allowing him to take on as much work as possible, has had his O-licence revoked and been banned for three years.