It seems that all is working again. Starting now the website will brought up to speed.
The most important items will be dealt with first.
We currently have funding available for the following training courses:
NVQ Certificate in Road Passenger Vehicle Driving Level 2 (Taxi and Private Hire) QCF;
BTEC Introduction to the Role of the Professional Taxi/Private Hire Driver Level 2;
PATS (Passenger Assistant Training Scheme) for Escorts and Drivers who care or supervise passengers travelling by road - in cars, taxis, minicabs or large buses;
Progression Training for Taxi and Private Hire drivers this comprises Personal
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Time is pressing, if YOU want the Ranks as advertised (4 Cabs outside Marks & Spenser’s, 1 Cab slightly further West) then YOU and everyone you know must get in touch with the Council and make your position clear.
The easiest way is to send an email to: Taxi.email@example.com
Do it now – there are some that are objecting and some of the objectors are in
The Council have a “Roadworks Map” available at www.plymouth.gov.uk/roadworksmap and the instructions for its use are in the file http://www.plta.org.uk/Docs/Roadworks%20Map%20Instructions.pdf the standard advance warning files are still available for those that prefer and are still on this site. Whilst we are provided with them they will still be updated.
Latest from "The Reiver" The insanity of the cab trade
The great Albert Einstein once gave his own definition of insanity he surmised; Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. In many respects, this approach epitomises the cab trade.
The one thing people don’t appear to be considering is the future. A reasonable stance might be to try to look at the cab trade from the outside. So imagine that you wor
The Rank has been advertised as pictured in the article 2 items below.
We need everybody in the trade and your passengers to respond to it.
The map posted on the Council website (which is also in the article below) on 13 June 2013 has been deleted. We can only presume that the error the PLTA noted to the Council is in the process of being rectified. We have not been informed that this is the case.
We will not produce a form letter for you to print and sign as we find that this approach leads to them all being sta
We have been requested to make this available by Licensing Officers. &nbs
I promised to put information up on this site - but there is a slight problem. The Advert in the Paper and the Consultation Letter being sent by the Council is directly at odds with the map provided.
You will note below that the Police requested that the item concerning hand-outs in response to the "Advice" given by Police and the Council has been removed at Police request.
It was picked up by Taxi Drivers across the land and has been cut and pasted from this website and is on several Forums including the best one, TDO. The PLTA have no way to get these removed, nor does it want the ability to do so.
It has been made clear that infringement of Bye Laws will be robustly dealt with by D & C Police.
After years of trying to have
THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
PLYMOUTH LICENSED TAXI ASSOCIATION
will take place in
THE STONEHOUSE SOCIAL CLUB, KINGS ROAD
Tuesday 11th June, 2013 from 11.00 hours until 15.00 hours.
(Non-Members welcome but they will not be permitted to vote. Free Tea or Coffee from 10.40)
1. Chairman’s Welcoming Address.
2. Apologies for Absence.
3. Minutes of the Annual General Meeting held on Wednesday 12th June, 2012. (Available in Members area of Website.)
4. Matters Ar