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GOODS VEHICLE OPERATOR’S LICENCE

PUBLISHED: 15:18 26 June 2018 | UPDATED: 15:18 26 June 2018

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Shadwell Estate Company Ltd trading as Shadwell Estate Company Ltd, of Nunnery Stud, Euston, Thetford, IP24 2QE is applying to change an existing licence as follows;

To keep an extra 1 goods vehicle and 0 trailers at the operating centre at Nunnery Stud, Euston, Thetford, IP24 2QE To add an operating centre to keep 1 goods vehicle and 0 trailers at High House Farm, Back Lane, Kettlebaston, Ipswich„ IP7 7QB Owners or occupiers of land (including buildings) near the operating centre(s) who believe that their use or enjoyment of that land would be affected, should make written representations to the Traffic Commissioner at Hillcrest House, 386 Harehills Lane, Leeds, LS9 6NF, stating their reasons, within 21 days of this notice. Representors must at the same time send a copy of their representations to the applicant at the address given at the top of this notice. A Guide to Making Representations is available from the Traffic Commissioner’s office.

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