Application for O-Licence Granted at Public Inquiry
A Company applying for a Restricted Operator’s Licence was called to attend a Public Inquiry after concerns were raised over whether it had been using vehicles without an Operator’s Licence. The Applicant was represented by road transport solicitor Martin Smith. After hearing submissions from Martin Smith on behalf of the applicant, the Traffic Commissioner decided to grant the application.
At Smith Bowyer Clarke, our road transport solicitors and barristers specialise in representing operators, applicants, drivers and transport managers at Public Inquiry and Driver Conduct Hearings before the Traffic Commissioner.
Case DetailsCase Name: Application for O-Licence Granted at Public Inquiry
Case Date: October 2017
Case Type (info): Public Inquiry