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City of Wolverhampton Council conducts joint PHV licensing check at Manchester Airport

Updated: Sep 7, 2023

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City of Wolverhampton Council conducted a joint licensing check operation at Manchester Airport this week.

In an effort to ensure public safety and maintain standards within the transport industry, the City of Wolverhampton Council Licensing and Trading department collaborated with Greater Manchester Police, Sefton Council, and Manchester City Council to conduct licensing checks on drivers and vehicles at Manchester Airport.

Compliance Officers from Wolverhampton Council joined forces with their counterparts from various local authorities on a joint operation to verify the compliance of licensed drivers and their vehicles on Tuesday, 25 July 2023.

The aim of the operation, carried out at Manchester Airport, was to ensure that all drivers operating under licensed permits were adhering to the necessary regulations and maintaining the required standards to offer a safe and reliable transportation service to the public.

Over the course of the day, Compliance Officers put licensed drivers thorough checks to validate their credentials, including licence compliance and vehicle condition.

A City of Wolverhampton Council Licensing and Trading spokesperson said: "Compliance Officers have been undertaking checks on Licensed Drivers and Vehicles with Greater Manchester Police at Manchester Airport today alongside our colleagues at Sefton Council and Manchester City Council.”


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