The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee is demanding more detail from the government on its plans for post-Brexit border controls between Northern Ireland and Ireland. The demand follows the government’s response to the committee’s report, published in March, on the land border between the two countries. One of the report’s key recommendations was that the government provide more detail on its plans for the island’s border arrangements. But the committee said it was disappointed in the amount of detail provided in […]
Trade associations and the UK government have given a qualified welcome to the publication of the EC’s no-deal contingency plan for transport, which appears to address some of the access concerns for international haulage.
Companies looking for warehousing to the west of London will increasingly face an uphill struggle to find anything suitable as supply heads towards an all-time low.
Own-account operators in Northern Ireland will need a licence from July for the first time. The Department of the Environment has set the 1 July as the deadline that will bring those moving their own goods by road into the licensing fold. Up until now only those providing hire and reward services were required to hold a Goods Vehicle Operator Licence in Northern Ireland when running vehicles exceeding 3.5-tonne GVW. However from this summer all operators running vehicles above 3.5 […]