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The ICs report

4th September 1997
Page 20
Page 20, 4th September 1997 — The ICs report
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

• In the past year Traffic Commissioners have called 215 cases to public inquiry: in 30 cases the Operators Licences were revoked, 24 were suspended, and in 73 cases the number of vehicles was cut, says the Traffic Commissioners Annual Report for 1996-97. See News pages 4 and 5.

Case adjourned

• North Avon magistrate; have adjourned charges against Yate-based JE Clarke & Co involving the use of vehicles that had allegedly had unauthorised repairs carried out to their tachographs. The company denied the charges.

Restrictions quashed

• Mendlesham haulier Gareth 13anham has succeeded in having environmental conditions restricting the times of his operation quashed on appeal to the Transport Tribunal. The conditions were imposed by Eastern DTC Frances Burton when she granted Banham a licence for eight vehicles.

Surrey loses appeal

• Surrey County Council has lost its appeal against the decision of South Eastern & Metropolitan TC Brigadier Michael Turner to grant a licence for three vehicles and five trailers, based at Pollingford Farm, Ellens Green, to Margaret Roke, trading as Frosbury Woodshaving and Sawdust.

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