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O Licence Application Granted at Public Inquiry

The company made an application for a Standard National Operator’s Licence. The director of the applicant company had been the director of a previous company which had entered into administration owing in excess of £500,000 to creditors. The Director had also held the position of Transport Manager on the previous Operator’s Licence.

There had been an unsatisfactory DVSA maintenance investigation into that licence and the Office of the Traffic Commissioner had not been informed that the previous company had entered into administration. At Public Inquiry the Deputy Traffic Commissioner voiced a number of concerns. These were addressed and the application for a new Standard National Operator’s Licence was granted with a warning to the Transport Manager.

Case Details

Case Name: O Licence Application Granted at Public Inquiry
Case Date: September 2016
Case Type (info): Public Inquiry

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