I have been an avid audience of your columns for a number of years now. I am a knowledge-college student and I am nearing my journey as a student and looking forward to becoming one of London’s finest. If enough time remaining for the trade was getting short plus they acquired no desire for us, why would they make investments all of this money on a fresh building for this to fail (if that’s TFLs plan).
Anyway if you could answer my question I would really appreciate that and look ahead to your continued articles. The response to your first question is simple. Firstly, let me explain the new building is not at 280 but 230, and is not only for the Taxi trade and Knowledge appointments. It shall house the whole of the TPH directorate plus there will finally be considered a return to counter services, last seen at Penton Street, before the proceed to Palestra. Your next question is however a paradox. It’s also not a pretty picture with the long-term future of our trade, looking extremely bleak.
The remaining Licensed Taxis is only going to have the ability to work from specified rank spaces which will be maintained by commercial third celebrations selling permits. Taxi generating shall no longer be considered a trade forever and will are more like NY, where drivers come and go, many not bothering to renew licenses once expired.
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It will become an intransigent job, motorists depending on SatNav, with the knowledge reduced from years to weeks. Too many motorists get their trade info from a sterilized Trade media source. Many drivers don’t have the appetite for confrontation Too, for fear of upsetting the public who’ve shown their devotion towards our massive investment in purpose built wheelchair accessible vehicles, by deserting us in huge figures. These same drivers are actually on the route of personal denial and personal blame, stating lower rate cheaper fares, BANK CARDS, all black cabs and a dress code is the answer.
The community have been allowed by TfL to desert us and use an illegal instant hail service, whose modus operandi is dependent heavily on drivers claiming working taxes credits and other financial benefits. Who can make a sustainable living charging £33 from Hoop Lane Golders Green to Gatwick? As for Geely, they may be investing in Coventry as a European base, to create vehicles made with the whole European market in mind.
They will keep London up as the Jewel in the Crown, a style of how the Licensed Taxi market can be manipulated for the best profit. Further age group limits will be introduced to generate demand for new vehicles with older vehicles sold to third world marketplaces who also have massive pollution problems. Don’t forget this factory comes with a result of 34, a year 000 vehicles. Geelys priority shall be building its Eco-Van, with Taxis as a relative side series. This has been in regards to an answer to pollution never. As the Yeo scandal illustrated, its profit generated, for the benefit of certain people with financial interests.