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All our drivers who drive any vehicle that carry more than 8 passengers are currently spending time in a class room (5 x 7 hours) to maintain their driver DQC (driver qualification card). No DQC by September 2013 means NO more driving.

Limousine operator has licence revoked after Walsall prom night stop

A limousine operator has had her licence revoked after inspectors pulled over a vehicle taking pupils to their prom night in Walsall and found it was operating illegally.

Sarah Farrell has been disqualified from holding or obtaining a licence to carry passengers for 12 months by the West Midlands Traffic Commissioner Nick Jones who found she had been “reckless” in failing to check the legal status of her stretch Dodge limousine which was stopped in an inspection exercise by the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency.

It had been carrying five passengers from Wednesbury to their school prom at Bank’s Stadium on June 29 last year.

It was found that Ms Farrell did not have the proper paperwork and the limo was kitted out with a large number of seats even though her licence only allowed her to carry eight passengers or less.

Mr Jones said: “Legitimate limousine operators suffer from those that flout the law and thereby gain commercial advantage.

“Sarah Farrell has obtained commercial advantage in breaching the clear rules which were spelt out to her in unequivocal terms in November 2011.”

He said it had been a “flagrant breach of basic legal requirements”.

He added: “I take into account the fact that she is not a large-scale commercial enterprise instead she is a naive foolish individual who ought to have applied instead for a private hire licence from a local authority.

“In looking for positives I accept that this operator is not in the category of large scale, sophisticated illegal operation that tarnishes the reputation of the limousine industry, this allows me to keep any disqualification relatively short.”

Her licence will be revoked from Thursday and she will also be disqualified from applying for or holding an operator’s licence in any traffic area for a period of 12 months.

Wed 01.01.13 Express & Star

NLCA - VOSA Meeting

We now have confirmation that Mr Neil Barlow, Head of VOSA prosecutions will be our guest at the next meeting of the NLCA at The Bower Hotel at Chadderton at 7.30pm on Wednesday the 12th December 2012, with him will be others from VOSA from the South East and Lancashire.

Now is the chance to put your questions directly to Neil Barlow and to see of we agree some rules of engagement in the light of the recent high number of Limousine stops by VOSA especially in London.

Please note that this is a CLOSED MEETING exclusively for paid-up members of the NLcA, if you are not a paid up member then you will not be allowed in. If today you are not a member but would like to attend this important meeting then you are welcome to apply to join / rejoin. Provided your membership is received in time for processing and membership is granted, you need to have a confirmed membership no later than close of business Friday December 7th 2012. Late applications that cannot be processed by that time will not therefore allow access to the meeting.

To confirm your attendance would you please send a brief e mail to so that we know what size of room to cater for.

Thank you

Bill Bowling
NLcA Legislation Officer

A limousine firm which takes youngsters to school proms across the region has received a £1,000 court bill after being caught in a sting operation without a private hire licence or valid insurance.

Council officers swooped after a father who wanted to book a vehicle for his daughter’s school prom asked if Dudley-based Splash Limousines was licensed.
When licensing officials then made a booking they found the firm did not have a licence to operate private hire vehicles, Dudley Magistrates Court heard.
The insurance policies, which stated they covered private hire cars, therefore became invalid, said Mr Tim Holder, prosecuting. The firm is run by Lee Jeavons and Rachel Marson, who said they could end up going out of business as a result of the court hearing.

Marson and Jeavons, who drove the limousine, told magistrates they believed they were covered by the insurance and said council officials told them the auth-ority did not license limousines, so they thought they could continue operating.

Mr Shabir Qureshi, defending, said: “Five years ago there was a lot of talk among other limo companies that a private hire licence may be required, but Miss Marson was given the clear impression that there was no need for this in Dudley.”

But enforcement officer Trevor Parkes said the council had started licensing limousines three years ago due to a change in the law. He said they should have been aware of this and needed to apply for a new licence. But the couple claimed all they had been sent was information relating to taxis and Hackney carriages.

Jeavons, 32, of Pensnett Road, Dudley, admitted using a vehicle without third party insurance and driving and operating a private hire vehicle without a licence. Marson, 28, of Greenfield Road, Kingswinford, admitted permitting the use of a vehicle with no insurance, and operating a private hire vehicle without a licence.

They were each fined £300, ordered to pay £200 costs and a £15 victim surcharge. Six points were put on their driving licences.

Source: 17.08.12

Oldham Licensing Committee

TAXI drivers pulled in for vehicle inspection will get an escort to the council’s testing centre — to prevent them stopping for new tyres on the way. 

Full story

Newbidge School Prom 2011

POSH frocks and fancy rides were the order of the day as students at New Bridge School took to their prom in style. 

Year 11 and Year 14 from the special school were given the red-carpet treatment as they dressed in their finery for the end of year shindig, held at the school in Roman Road, Hollinwood.  

Staff donned dark glasses to become “bouncers” for the night and two white limos, from Lady Jayne Limousines, ensured Year 14 students made a stylish entrance. 

The vehicles were provided thanks to money raised by staff on the eye unit at the Royal Oldham Hospital who work with older students on the Bridging the Gap work-placement project. 

Read more. Oldham Chronicle

A new motor vehicle insurance law came into force today 20.06.11   

This will mean it will be illegal to own an uninsured motor vehicle. As the law previously stood, uninsured drivers were only prosecuted if they were actually caught driving on the road. The new rules will see motorists being prosecuted for the offence by simply owning a motor vehicle without insurance regardless of whether they drive it or not. Only if you declare the vehicle to be off road (SORN with DVLA) will you be exempt from the new insurance rules. If you don't insure your car you could be faced with court action, a hefty fine or even have your car seized and crushed !

Police and VOSA joint Sting Operation at Marple Hall School Prom.

A large number of Limos were stopped tonight Friday (13.05.11) at Marple Hall School by the Police and then checked over by VOSA Our white Limo L11DYJ was among them but it was cleared to go, after a roadside vehicle safety inspection and all the legal checks were carried out by the police. All our ten week safety inspections, the daily walk rounds and driver training are well worth the time and money. Manchester's Lady Jayne Limousines operate Limousines legally and SAFELY...... A number of other limo companies had their limousines taken off the road, due to poor maintenance, wrong insurance or incorrect driver licences ! 

LA Patrol's 1st outing with Lady Jayne Limousines

It was a bright and sunny day, (Sunday 01.05.11)  for Ernie & Norman, the riders of Manchester's only motorcycle escort/outriders service LA Patrol."The Bitch" Limo was escorted all the way from Shaw to The MENA in Manchester for the Dancing on Ice show. It was to put a special touch to a late Chrismas present for Mrs F Leach. 

"The Bitch" Limousine  was then escorted through Manchester city centre into The Printworks by the two La Patrol Motorcycles.

Britain's Got Talent 2011 Manchester

It was Lady Jayne Limousines who was asked to provided the Black S500 Mercedes Limousine (S500LJL) for Michael McIntyre during the ITV's filming of Britain's Got Talent 2011. To take Michael from The Radisson Edwardian Hotel to The Opera House Theatre, Quay Street, Manchester. Following the two other judges David Hasselhoff (The Hoff) & Amanda Holden in their Silver Mercedes. 

Filmed Thursday 13.01.11 at 13:00 

Airport Car Services

Lady Jayne Limousines we now proud to provide vehicles, Executive cars, Mercedes and Chryslers for Airport Car Services through Airline Transfers to cover Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds/Bradford Airports and all the major UK Airports & Seaports.

Award winning... Lady Jayne Limousines

To all at Lady Jayne Limousines.

Congratulations on winning your award!

Great news for you and for a quality Royton business!

Well done again.

Councilor Steven Bashforth (Royton South Ward)

As seen on TV...

Our Millenium Royal Stretch Limousine (L11DYJ) has been used for TV filming in and around the Manchester area for the up and coming BBC 1 or 2 program Product Parent due to be shown Jan - Feb 2011, also Lunch Monkeys - BBC 3 - Starring: Nigel Havers, Sian Reeves and Steve John Shepherd

Limo firms break the rules

At Lady Jayne Limousines; we pride ourselves on customer safety, all our vehicles are checked over and tested regularly to ensure comfort, road worthiness, as well as economy and reliability.

The same can obviously not be said for other Limousine hire companies! Reported recently (19/07/2010) in the BBC news, seven vehicles were reported to be of substandard condition.

See the story here.

Our ongoing participation with VOSA ensures our vehicles are of the highest standard.

Make sure you pick a quality service when choosing the vehicle for your prom, wedding or night out

Cab safety on the up across the borough

The latest rankings in Oldham Council's pioneering ‘Cab Safe' scheme show that significant safety improvements are being made by local operators.

A new ‘star-rating’ league table highlights that more than a quarter of the borough’s licensed operators have improved their performance in the past six months. One local firm – Lady Jayne Limousines – has also now become the third to attain the maximum ‘four-star’ rating.

The biannual scores – to be presented to the authority’s Licensing Committee on November 29 – are based on a range of standards including how firms deal with customers' complaints, maintain vehicles, protect vulnerable people, and promote driver safety.

Points are lost if drivers have penalty points and fines against them, for example, or if vehicles are not up to scratch and complaints are lodged.

Of the 42 member firms within the scheme, 11 (26 per cent) have improved their ratings in the last six months. Of the rest, 30 others (71 per cent) have retained their ratings, one operator is new, and just one has dropped*.

Lady Jayne Limousines have now been recognized as an excellent operator with four stars. The company, based on Parkside Industrial Estate in Royton, have their vehicles independently tested and have also trained at least 50 per cent of their drivers in basic first aid and safe driving techniques.

Councilor Mark Alcock, Cabinet Member for Environment and Infrastructure, said: “The purpose of the Cab Safe table and rankings are to show the people of Oldham which are the safest and most reliable firms in the borough – and to promote best practice amongst local operators.”

“I'm delighted to see that more than a quarter of our licensed private hire operators have recently improved their performance and gained higher star ratings.

“Through signs on cab doors, this scheme shows passengers how the private hire firm they are using is performing and empowers them with that information to choose the better firms.

“I’m particularly delighted to see a limousine firm – Lady Jayne – achieve the highest four-star rating and they join Cartax Radio Cars and Delta as beacons of excellence in their field.”

Oldham Council’s Cab Safe scheme was recently highlighted by the Local Better Regulation Office as best practice in supporting local businesses.

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Limo Hire Manchester & Taxi firms awarded their new rankings


Royton firm Lady Jayne Limousines has become a four star operator, rising from three stars last time, while Cartax Radio Cars and Delta retained their four stars gained at an inspection six months ago. To read more click on the link below...

Treats are reward for an absolute treasure


Then she travelled in style, courtesy of Lady Jayne Limousines of Royton, to the Old Original, Scouthead, where she enjoyed a meal, complete with wine, with a former hospice colleague, retired auxiliary nurse Susan Hecker.  Read full story on the link below...

Royton's Lady Jayne Limousines has managed to join the towns elite by becoming the third to achieve the top four-star rating.

A modest John Flint, owner of Lady Jayne Limousines, based on Parkside Industrial Estate, said: "Its nothing special. It's a standard set by the council and that's it. You just do what you have to do to achieve those targets and we were just working within those perimeters." To read more click on the link below...


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