NLCA Goes South in UK tour
The committee of the UK’s limousine association has announced it is holding its next meeting away from its Bradford base.
National Limousine and Chauffeur Association members are planning to meet in the West Midlands for its September meeting, which is hoped to be the beginning of a wider UK tour. The gathering will be the first meeting in Birmingham for five months.
The announcement also comes just weeks after two of the associations committee members were forced to resign the board. Membership Secretary John Flint and Vice Chairman Russell Jones both stepped down from the association due to personal reasons.
The agenda of the meeting which is planned for 8th September includes discussions regarding VAT issues and Public Service Vehicle Operator Licensing.
Members and operators thinking about joining the association are invited to the meeting at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Pendigo Way, Birmingham at 19:30.