Aberdare operator loses licence

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One of the company’s fleet in 2012. DENNISTHEGLOBETROTTER CC-BY-SA-2.0











The Aberdare-based partnership of Monica Jarvis and Stephen Wayne Jarvis T/A Globe Coaches has had its licence revoked following a public inquiry

Following a public inquiry heard by Traffic Commissioner for Wales Victoria Davies in Pontypridd, and pursuant to adverse findings the Transport Act 1985, the operator licence of Aberdare-based Monica Jarvis and Stephen Wayne Jarvis, trading as Globe Coaches (not to be confused with an operator of similar name based in South Yorkshire) was curtailed to 10 vehicles from 2345hrs on 1 October and revoked with effect from 2345hrs on 22 October 2021. Monica Jarvis and Stephen Wayne Jarvis were disqualified from holding or obtaining an operator’s licence in Great Britain for a period of five years.

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