Revocation of the O-Licence held by Harris Travel has been upheld by the Upper Tribunal for the second time
The revocation of the international O-Licence held by Blackburn-based Harris Travel by Traffic Commissioner (TC) for the North West of England Gerallt Evans, after it failed to submit the required financial evidence before the expiry of a period of grace, has been upheld by the Upper Tribunal for the second time.
The company had been called before Deputy Traffic Commissioner (DTC) Miles Dorrington because of: Concerns over finance; operating for a period without a Transport Manager . . .
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