Ride-hailing firm Ola have spoken out since Transport for London (TfL) made the decision to grant them an operator's licence in the capital following a court appeal.
A new 15-month licence was granted by TfL, who had previously denied a licence to the Indian born app due to significant concerns with its systems and processes that were in place.
Ola appealed the decision which meant they could continue to operate in London while the appeal process was ongoing.
During that period, the company made a number of changes to resolve concerns raised by TfL.
Now the decision has been made to grant a new licence, albeit with some stringent conditions attached, Ola's Managing Director in the UK, Marc Rozendal has spoken out.
Speaking to TaxiPoint, he said: "We welcome the licence decision, which reflects our continuous commitment and proactive approach to providing safe and reliable services in London and the steps we have taken in the last 14 months.
"We will comply with the requirements set out in the order. We look forward to continue working closely and collaboratively with TfL and providing our services to riders and drivers in London."