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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2005 7:37 pm 
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Suspensions and Revocations of Licences issued by the Public Carriage Office January - April 2005

Taxi Driver Licences

The following have had their taxi driver licences revoked:

Stephen Michael RUSSELL (Badge number : 62158)

Lionel GRANT (Badge number : 3217)

Raymond Jack DIXON (Badge number : 44251)

John Charles RUSHTON (Badge number : 43199)

Nicholas SMITH (Badge number : 58034)

No taxi drivers have had their licences suspended in the period stated.

Taxi Licences

No taxi licences have been suspended or revoked in the period stated.

Private Hire Operator Licences

The following have had their private hire operator licences revoked :

Mohammed ARFAN (Licence number : 02596)
Sunrise Cars, 537 High Road, Leytonstone, London E11 4PB

Gurdip Singh BAINS (Licence number : 01171)
24/7 Cars, 83 High Street, Hampton Wick, Kingston KT1 4DG
Bushy Cars, 83 High Street, Hampton Wick, Kingston KT1 4DG
G B Cars, 83 High Street, Hampton Wick, Kingston KT1 4DG
Skylink, 83 High Street, Hampton Wick, Kingston KT1 4DG
Ten 4 Cars, 83 High Street, Hampton Wick, Kingston KT1 4DG

Abdullahi Mohamed ALI (Licence number : 03041)
Caalin Car Service, 106 Golders Green Road, London NW11 8HB
Cawale Car Service, 5 Pratt Street, London, NW1 0AE

Shoyeb Raja CHOUDHURY (Licence number : 01609)
New Sylhet Cars, 1st Floor, 174A Brick Lane, London E1 6RU

Syed Hassan AHMED (Licence number : 02819)
G & R Cars, 439 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 0AN

Azizur RAHMAN (Licence number : 00282)
BT Minicabs, 215 Plashet Road, London E13 0QU

Mahboob SARWAR (Licence number : 02433)
Harts Cars, 381 High Road, Ilford, Essex IG1 1TF

Banjo OGUNFIDODO (Licence number : 02517)
South Thames Cars (Battersea), Unit 29 DRCA, Charlotte Despard Avenue, Battersea, London SW11 5JE
Thames Airport Shuttle, Unit 29 DRCA, Charlotte Despard Avenue, Battersea, London SW11 5JE
ST Chauffeur Services, Unit 29 DRCA, Charlotte Despard Avenue, Battersea, London SW11 5JE

Terence Albert KRUGER (Licence number : 03296)
Vades Cars, 258 Lee High Road, London SE13 5PL

R S Cars Ltd (Licence number : 00190)
R S Cars Limited, 1st Floor 5 Charterhouse Buildings, London EC1M 7AN
R S Cars Ltd, 1st Floor 5 Charterhouse Buildings, London EC1M 7AN

Hanover Cars Ltd. (Licence number : 00729)
Hanover Cars Ltd, 182-184 Edgware Road, London W2 2DS

Stolport Minicabs Ltd. (Licence number : 03072)
Stolport Minicabs Ltd., Custom House Railway, Victoria Dock Road, London E16 3BX

No private hire operators have been suspended in the period stated.

Private Hire Driver Licences

The following have had their private hire driver temporary permits revoked :

Suresh NAIR (permit number : 1629)

Wallen KHUBANI (permit number : 10022)

Christopher David STEMBALSKI (permit number : 1093)

Kevin Mark WATSON (permit number : 4419)

Ian GODDARD (permit number : 10886)

Saeed AHMED (permit number : 7874)

Terefe TADESSE (permit number : 9639)

Rakib ALI (permit number : 13765)

Harvey Stanley COHEN (permit number : 14596)

Runel UDDIN (permit number : 17037)

Atikur Rahman CHOWDHURY (permit number : 16514)

Hwanjons CHu (permit number : 17262)

Anik MIAH (permit number : 13798)

Najeeb Ullah RASOOLI (permit number : 16914)

Devon PETTIGREW (permit number : 14933)

Olufeni OLATUNDE (permit number : 23484)

Syed Harun RASHID (permit number : 38588)

Jill BURROWS (permit number : 11893)

Jimbrown MATHURANAYAGAM (permit number : 5127)

No private hire drivers have had their licences suspended in the period stated.

Private Hire Vehicle Licences

No private hire vehicle licences have been suspended or revoked in the period stated.

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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2005 7:45 pm 
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Errmmm? and your point is Ollie?

The PCO have always done this, most of the above will have had their licences revoked under medical grounds, eyesight etc.

Still nice to see the 'ph' side outdoing the taxi drivers in numbers again :wink:


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PostPosted: Tue May 17, 2005 12:26 am 
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greenbadgecabby wrote:
Errmmm? and your point is Ollie?

The PCO have always done this, most of the above will have had their licences revoked under medical grounds, eyesight etc.

Still nice to see the 'ph' side outdoing the taxi drivers in numbers again :wink:


did anyone else notice anything in common with the majority of the PH names?


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PostPosted: Tue May 17, 2005 1:24 am 
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Err...they are quite difficult to spell? :?

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greenbadgecabby wrote:
Errmmm? and your point is Ollie?

The PCO have always done this, most of the above will have had their licences revoked under medical grounds, eyesight etc.

Still nice to see the 'ph' side outdoing the taxi drivers in numbers again :wink:


So you're saying that the PH drivers are less healthy than the taxi side? :?

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PostPosted: Tue May 17, 2005 7:18 am 
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I see that no proper LPH driver has lost his license, only those that have been issued temp permits.

Shame that can't be said about the other side. :D :D

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greenbadgecabby wrote:
Errmmm? and your point is Ollie?

There is good and bad in everyone, Ebony and Ivory. :lol:

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Sussex wrote:
I see that no proper LPH driver has lost his license, only those that have been issued temp permits.

Shame that can't be said about the other side. :D :D


I was under the impression the PCO refer to them as permits, wether temp or not.

So the ones with the lower numbered permits must have been waiting about a year. :?:

The term 'badge' is of course reserved for the elite Taxi side of the trade. :wink:


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PostPosted: Tue May 17, 2005 1:56 pm 
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Ollie wrote:
greenbadgecabby wrote:
Errmmm? and your point is Ollie?

There is good and bad in everyone, Ebony and Ivory. :lol:


Indeed, .................... sing together in perfect harmoney..........


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greenbadgecabby wrote:
I was under the impression the PCO refer to them as permits, wether temp or not.

You could be right, but I thought the permits were issued to those drivers who were already in the 'minicab' trade, but hadn't yet been asked by the PCO to be licensed.

Once they are licensed, then they become an 'Ollie', who's more than happy to be legit. :D

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greenbadgecabby wrote:
Sussex wrote:
I see that no proper LPH driver has lost his license, only those that have been issued temp permits.

Shame that can't be said about the other side. :D :D


I was under the impression the PCO refer to them as permits, wether temp or not.

So the ones with the lower numbered permits must have been waiting about a year. :?:

The term 'badge' is of course reserved for the elite Taxi side of the trade. :wink:


No they are Licences all right and of course all Licenced Private Hire Drivers are required to wear their Badge whilst working just the same as the elite.


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blobby wrote:
No they are Licences all right and of course all Licenced Private Hire Drivers are required to wear their Badge whilst working just the same as the elite.

Thanks for that confirmation.

Talking about being classed as the same, have you noticed that on the PCO site, LPH and taxis are all classed a cabs now. :lol:

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