Private hire operator - Executive Vehicles/Exemptions to displaying plates

Executive Vehicles/Exemptions to Displaying Plates

The Council will consider requests from operators to be exempt from displaying rear vehicle plates. Exemptions are only granted in exceptional circumstances and for specialist businesses (for example, those providing novelty vehicles such as stretch limousines and/or executive chauffeur businesses)

Requests for exemption from one or more of the licence requirements must be made in writing, setting out the exemption sought and the justification as to why this exemption may be considered appropriate, in accordance with the criteria set out in the Bassetlaw District Council Hackney Carriage and Private Hire Licensing Policy.

Where exemptions are granted, additional conditions or requirements, which may stipulate an alternative way of achieving the initial requirement, or a close alternative can be applied to the licence.

All exemptions granted will be subject to periodic review and may be withdrawn at any time and without prior notice if the Licensing Authority can no longer be satisfied that the exemption is necessary, or if there is evidence to suggest it is no longer suitable.

 

 


Last Updated on Friday, April 12, 2019

Executive Vehicles/Exemptions to Displaying Plates

The Council will consider requests from operators to be exempt from displaying rear vehicle plates. Exemptions are only granted in exceptional circumstances and for specialist businesses (for example, those providing novelty vehicles such as stretch limousines and/or executive chauffeur businesses)

Requests for exemption from one or more of the licence requirements must be made in writing, setting out the exemption sought and the justification as to why this exemption may be considered appropriate, in accordance with the criteria set out in the Bassetlaw District Council Hackney Carriage and Private Hire Licensing Policy.

Where exemptions are granted, additional conditions or requirements, which may stipulate an alternative way of achieving the initial requirement, or a close alternative can be applied to the licence.

All exemptions granted will be subject to periodic review and may be withdrawn at any time and without prior notice if the Licensing Authority can no longer be satisfied that the exemption is necessary, or if there is evidence to suggest it is no longer suitable.


Last Updated on Friday, April 12, 2019

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