Notices and Proceedings Watch - 02/09/2015

Bus and Us have increased their vehicle authorisation at the
Melton Constable operating centre.
This fortnights's Notices and Proceedings Document, circulated this morning, contains a number of articles of local interest.

A new application has been received by John Richard Hipkiss for A & M Travel with a vehicle authorisation of one at Laundry Loke, North Walsham. Richard Hipkiss is also the manager of Feline Executive Travel of Stalham.

Varied applications include Bus and Us of Melton Constable, who have raised their vehicle allowance to two. First Stop Travel of Bury St Edmunds have changed the operating centre to 67 Eastern Way with a new vehicle authorisation of four. Carters of Litcham have decreased their vehicle allowance to 11 at their depot on Tittleshall Road. The latest Notices and Proceedings document also includes the notification of the new Konectbus depot on Ramirez Road, Rackheath Industrial Estate, with a vehicle authorisation of ten.

Onto new registrations of services, the application from Lynx for service 36 (in two parts) between Hunstanton and Wells, then Wells and Sheringham makes an appearance. An application is made to amend the route, timetable and stopping places of existing services 35/35B from October 12th 2015.

Changes are applied for to Coasthopper services CH1 and CH2
From 11th October, Anglianbus have applied to vary services school and college services 7A, 61B and 61C.

Stagecoach Norfolk, from October 12th, have applied to make a number of amendments. Fakenham to Wells service 29 and Coasthopper services CH1 and CH2 are all to see changes to timetables, routes and stopping places. Furthermore, from the same date, an application is made to vary the timetable of service 10. Service 12 (King's Lynn to Sandringham) is cancelled with effect from October 12th.

Sanders applications to vary services 32, 34, 36 42, 43, 201, 203, 204 and 205 from various dates in September have all been granted under short notice.
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