Public Carriage Office (PCO) Taxi & Private Hire Licence Appeals

Taxi Defence Barristers are leading taxi licensing defence barristers regularly instructed to act for taxi applicants and licence holders in all matters relating to Transport for London (TfL) licence appeals, refusals, revocations and related licensing matters.

Public Carriage Office (PCO) Taxi Licence Appeals

If you want to become a taxi driver with Transport for London, you need to be a “fit and proper” person.  TfL can refuse to issue you with a taxi driver’s licence if you are deemed not to be fit and proper. TfL can also revoke or suspend your licence for the same reason but you can appeal this decision.

Public Carriage Office (PCO) Private Hire Licence Appeals

If you want to become a private hire driver with Transport for London, you need to be a “fit and proper” person.  TfL can refuse to issue you with a private hire driver’s licence if you are deemed not to be fit and proper. TfL can also revoke or suspend your licence for the same reason but you can appeal this decision.