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ENFORCEMENT: Wolverhampton joined GMP and FIVE other licensing authorities at Manchester Airport

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The City of Wolverhampton Council, in collaboration with Greater Manchester Police (GMP), recently conducted a series of licensing compliance checks on drivers and vehicles at Manchester Airport.

These inspections were carried out alongside licensing colleagues from Sefton, Manchester, Salford, and Cheshire West and Chester Council.

The objective of the inspections was to ensure that all drivers and vehicles operating through Manchester Airport were in full compliance with licensing regulations and standards set in their licensing region.

The checks encompassed a range of essential criteria, including the verification of driver and vehicle licences. These checks are carried out to guarantee the safety and security of passengers and to eliminate any potential risks associated with unlicensed or non-compliant drivers and vehicles.

A City of Wolverhampton Council Licensing and Standards spokesperson said: “Compliance Officers have been undertaking checks on Licensed Drivers & Vehicles with Greater Manchester Police (GMP) at Manchester Airport alongside our Licensing colleagues at Sefton, Manchester, Salford & Cheshire West & Chester Council.”


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