Taxi stance - East Market Street

Closed 15 Oct 2019

Opened 17 Sep 2019

Overview

The City of Edinburgh Council, as a Licensing Authority, is required to appoint taxi stances in line with the provisions of S.19 (1) of the Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982 (‘the 1982 Act’).

 

 

 

 

Why We Are Consulting

The powers available to licensing authorities to provide taxi stances in their respective areas can be exercised provided that they obtain the necessary prior consents (including that of the roads authority); consult the appropriate trade organisations and other representatives; give notice to the Police and the public; and that they do not obstruct access to any premises.

What Happens Next

Results will be collated and reported to the Regulatory Committee as part of the rank appointment process.

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