BIT partner’s the Watch Dogs of Bridgend’s Taxi Trade today uncover more Bridgend county borough council – BCBC undemocratic treatment for the local taxi trade in Wales, after a recorded interview with the long established Parrott Motors of Bridgend, who also had their Bridgend fare proposal rejected by Bridgend county borough council -BCBC Cabinet in early September 2017.
A senior representative of Parrott motors commented during the interview that he would be reading Bridgend’s only Taxi news to update himself on the latest news/facts
In another dramatic BIT of breaking news The Watch dogs of the Bridgend Taxi Trade sent an email today to complain yet again of the poor and diabolical treatment of Bridgend Taxi Drivers and Taxi firms including Mini bus and coach firms that find themselves subject to foul play or potential foul play as part and parcel of being in the Bridgend Taxi Trade today whilst dealing with Bridgend county borough council -BCBC and Bridgend taxi licensing who are under the same roof of course , says BIT Partner
Here is the email sent to BCBC- Bridgend county borough council for an explanation on the record of what the heck are these people playing at which included a copy to the honorable Councillor for Bridgend also says BIT Partner. The email was acknowledged as received by Complaints – BCBC – Bridgend county borough council complaints at 11:19 13 Feb 2018
To: “Complaints” <email@example.com>
Cc: “firstname.lastname@example.org” <email@example.com>
Sent: Tue, 13 Feb 2018 at 10:44
Subject: Trade members unaware
Following a recorded interview with Parrott Motors this morning, a journalist for BIT News network was informed during a recorded interview with a senior representative of Parrott Motors Bridgend; that they were not aware that Premier cars of Bridgend had submitted a fare proposal.
Readers lets just pause for a moment before we continue reading the email sent to make a comment.
These appalling practices by Bridgend county borough council- BCBC and or Bridgend taxi licensing are something all to familiar to date says BIT Partner’s the only Watch Dogs of the Bridgend Taxi Trade today.
The BIT organisation continue to report on these all too familiar bad practices to the Bridgend Taxi trade’s demise as part of the on going investigation to uncover the culprits at BCBC that have a habit, as reported now on more than once, over a period of some 12 months, under the fraud investigation by The BIT Organisation .
The email goes on:
At this time the BIT organisation require an explanation as to why there is a lack of integrity in the process.
Once again we require a stay in the matter so we can understand all going forward before submitting a new fare proposal. The current deadline therefore should be extended.
Therefore the deadline of end of February should be reveiwed whilst we await Dave Holland and all concerned to come on the record so the Bridgend taxi trade can understand what is going on.
Further to our previous email last week The BIT organisation await a full explanation with questions answered as requested with a written undertaking that proposal/reports submitted by trade members will not be tampered with.
There appears to be a pattern of untruths unfolding for the public to recognise. We therefore require a full explanation so not only we can understand but also the public
Please acknowledge receipt of this communication in the public interests for the record to show.
For and on behalf of the BIT organisation
At the weekend– BIT News facebook reported the following:
Bit News – Bringing you the Taxi word on the street.
Bridgend taxi driver tells BIT Partner that during an alledged conversation with the WELLBEING CABINET COUNCILLOR; she hopes implantation for the age policy for a new taxi to be scrapped and the new policy for 2nd hand cars be introduced by April where possible.
In another conversation with another taxi driver at Bridgend Station tonight the driver claims a conversation with Fiona at Bridgend taxi licensing would appear to match the honorable Councillors intentions.
More Bit News news as we get it.