HGV Operators Licence Objections
Applications by HGV operator’s licences to operate lorries from operating centres have to be advertised using the correct wording and within the stipulated time frame. The obligation to advertise is linked to the entitlement of certain parties to object, including those who believe they may be adversely affected. The rules require operators to have at least one operating centre specified on their operator’s licence and most operators are helped by having good quality convenient premises from which to run their lorries as well as their businesses.
Thus, it is key that you are aware of what objections can be made and how to deal with them if and when they arise. If this is an area where you would like some help and advice then call Pellys Transport & Regulatory Law solicitors now on 01279 818280, or click here to send us an email.
Similarly, if you are thinking of putting in an objection to an application, speak to us first and we can advise you upon the grounds which you may have upon which to base a legal objection and the best way to make objections effectively. Taking the right advice at an early stage and presenting a cogent properly argued case offers the best chance of success.