This essay focuses on applications for new licences. The Council has announced that it will only accept applications for new licences if the driver paints their vehicle lime green.
Sammy is angry at this decision, as she has never had anything to do with illegal drugs in her life. On what grounds, if any, might Sammy challenge the decision? 2. Julian has been a taxi driver for over twenty years and his licence has come up for renewal. Julian applied for his licence to be renewed, but this has been rejected. Idea why, and not been informed of the reasons for this. It has since emerged that Julian’s ex-wife Hannah chaired the committee that decided Julian’s application. On what grounds, if any, might Julian challenge the decision? 3.
The Council has accepted Hakim’s application for a licence on the condition that Hakim, at his own expense, will spend his Friday afternoons driving pensioners to the local supermarket so they can do their grocery shopping. This is following the Council’s decision to cut the budget for bus services in Hampshire with the effect that buses no longer stop at the supermarket. On what grounds, if any, might Hakim challenge the decision? 4. The Council has announced that it will only accept applications for new licences if the driver paints their vehicle lime green. The Council argue that this will help customers identify which taxis have a valid licence. The Hampshire Taxi Drivers Association is unhappy with this decision.
Does the Hampshire Taxi Drivers Association have standing to challenge this decision? And if so, on what grounds, if any, might The Hampshire Taxi Drivers Association challenge the decisiCompetency: Develop integrative problem solving and critical thinking skills comparing the ICF models and medical model of disability. GER Goals: The specific GER (SS) learning outcomes mapped to this set are: · Understand and apply the major concepts of a social science (SS) discipline, including its breadth and its relationship to other disciplines. · Apply