ELB Partners has maintained its position as London’s only holder of the Freight Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) gold standard. The Wimbledon-based operator secured the accreditation for the seventh year running, alongside retaining FORS silver and bronze standards as part of its annual audit. ELB said it had invested heavily in its fleet to uphold the standards, including additional camera technology to protect vulnerable road users. Read more Restarting and increasing London congestion charge “insane”, claims ELB Partners MD ELB Partners […]
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London transport commissioner Sir Peter Hendy has stepped down to take the role of chairman at Network Rail.
TfL has admitted it is “disappointed” that only 16 London Boroughs are currently Fors-accredited, and that a number of London Boroughs and other bodies including the Metropolitan Police continue to use sub-contractors who are not Fors-accredited.