Never maintain on Sunday, DLA rules
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T. B. I.UNN TRANSPORT has been banned from carrying out any work on a Sunday.
The company applied for a new licence for 14 vehicles and 24 trailers to continue the Beverley-based business of Terence Lunn. Residents claimed that they were suffering 1-roni noise, fumes and vibration, (CM, December 7).
When the hearing was continued, John Taylor for the company amended his application to the 12 vehicles and
2u trailers currently authorised to Lunn. Ile argued that there was no material change in the business.
There has been a transport depot on the site since before the Second World War. Other operators used the site and there was no evidence that it was specifically Lunn's vehicles that created the problems.
North-Eastern Deputy Licensing Authority Norman Moody imposed a condition that there be no mannenance, movement or parking of any authorised vehicle or trailer on a Sunday, but granted the rest of the application.
At the earlier hearing, Councillor Geoffrey Eastwood told the 1)LA that access from the site to the adjacent trunk road was bad and that the additional vehicles would increase traffic danger.
The company had already been granted an interim licence for the vehicles operated by Terence Lunn.