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With Lawlors Taxi App we are sure you will have a great experience and forget about the days on hold to a taxi office. Download our App now available on IOS & Android devices. Our drivers & vehicles can be rate after every journey. Giving you peice of mind knowing that we know excacty what happens on every journey.
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Lawlor Taxis is the preffered Operator in Bishops Stortford. We work with many local business and offer freephone services in Herts & Essex Hospital, Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Aldi & Marks & spencers.
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With no council meters controlling our fares we can gaurentee the cost of each and every journey. Our Taxi app shows this before you even book. Our Prices start at £3.50 and are fixed everytime.
Feedback is important to us. Thats why you can leave feedback after every journey. Allowing us to address every situation that needs attention and award drivers who are great for our company.
Once again Epping has been hit hard by another storm. The picture above was shared on the Facebook page ‘Spotted in Harlow’ showing a large tree blocking the road and pedestrians desperately attempting to find a way to get the road clear.
The picture below was shared by a member of ‘North Weald Village Life’ Group. This showing headlights of a car on a fallen tree in Church Lane, North Weald
To top off the misery of the morning, the M11 North just passed Junction 8 for Stansted Airport was reduced to 1 lane caused by an overturned Lorry.
Do you have any more picture’s of storm Fionn? Send them to us and we will share them for you.
Lawlors are launching in the Stansted airport area 1st November 2017 01279 510001
We have decided to expand to stansted because of the huge success we have had throughout 2016 and 2017. Our customers give constant feedback regarding our technology and intention to provide the best customer service possible.
In January 2017 we launch a local service in North Weald and word spread quick about Lawlors now being available and providing transport at a more competitive rate in North Weald Bassett. This brought new customers and drivers to our platform. Through January and February we were approached by many customers and businesses from the neighbouring town of Ongar.
On April 3rd 2017 we launched our services including our mobile booking app in the ongar area and soon teamed up with Ongar Cars to provide an even bigger and better service to residents and visitors of our home towns. Again the word spread that Lawlors had arrived with technology that had never been seen in this area and soon enough we had hundreds of new customers to serve and look after.
We recognised the change in our business and pushed forward with more staff and better technology by upgrading our systems to the best available.
Already completing hundreds of Stansted airport runs every month we are now launching in Stansted. This will allow residents, businesses and visitors of Stansted, Takeley and the surrounding areas with the ability to use our Phone, App and web services from November 2017. At the moment we are already providing some reduced services in the area as some of our customers have already heard the news and call to check if we have drivers available.
With over 60 drivers now on our platform and 1000+ active users on our mobile booking app we are excited about the launch and cannot wait to hear what our new customers have to say about the service levels we provide.
If you are a Hackney carriage or Private Hire Driver and would be interested in joining our team get in touch today via email or by the contact form on our website.
The biggest Private Hire Operator in the world have just lost their License to operate in London.
TFL have refused to renew their license because their approach and conduct demonstrate a lack of corporate responsibility in relation to potential public safety and security.
They have not passed on relevant information relating to customer complaints and not followed up on serious allegations.
With the falling of the biggest Operator in London there are going to be a lot of customers left without the Uber option, also the Private Hire Drivers that currently sign onto the Uber App will now be looking for work.
If you are an Uber Customer click the picture below and download the Lawlors Booking App available in Essex.
If your a driver looking for work contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in the form below.
No service between Ealing Broadway and North Acton to Marble Arch. The rest of the line has severe delays and we have been made aware that Epping has no trains until further notice as they cant get trains moving at the moment.
If you need a taxi from Epping to Chingford I suggest you book it in now.
Central Line: No service between Ealing Broadway and North Acton to Marble Arch while we deal with a derailment of an empty train at White City. SEVERE DELAYS on the rest of the line. Tickets will be accepted on London Buses, Chiltern Railways and Great Western Railway via any reasonable route.
This is becoming a daily occurrence as the M11 often has major incidents during busy times. This will increase traffic thorough Epping as Drivers head straight through the market town to avoid the busy motorway.
With the traffic lights on palmers hill that are out of sync and already taking a huge a affect on the town this is just added misery for locals. See Link below for our other news story.
This article has been copied from everythingeppingforest.com
NORTH WEALD: Safety fears over homeless housing plan
4.51pm – 1st March 2017
VULNERABLE homeless people, possibly mental health patients, could be housed in metal storage container-type accommodation in North Weald, it has emerged.
Staff at Norway House, where three of the ‘pods’ could be located, have voiced “strong concerns about the heightened risk to staff and other residents about increasing the number of occupants at Norway House with single vulnerable people”, a council report reveals.
In response, Epping Forest District Council has said that the six additional people who would be living on the site would not warrant a need to increase on-site staff however “to assist, support and protect Norway House staff when they or other residents feel at risk from residents, particularly out of normal office hours and when lone working, it is proposed that a private security company be appointed to provide security officers to attend Norway House on an ad-hoc basis when required”.
The district council is proposing – provided planning permission is granted – to put three of the modular units – to accommodate six “single vulnerable people’ in one of the car parks at Norway House, the council’s homeless hostel.
The council report, which will be considered by the cabinet, gives a legal definition of “vulnerable people” and adds: “In reality, the vast majority of single vulnerable people are people with serious mental health problems – which can include schizophrenia, psychosis and bipolar disorder.
If the £385,000 pilot scheme goes ahead and proves successful, the council says it will consider using the ‘pods’ elsewhere in the district.
The council says such accommodation would cost less than traditional-built, permanent accommodation and the cost of placing homeless households in expensive bed and breakfast hotels.
The cabinet report describes the ‘pods’ as the same size as shipping containers, of robust metal construction that can be painted in a range of colours and can be stacked with staircase access.
They have thermal insulation and come fitted with carpets, blinds, internal fittings – there would be a shared kitchen – and white goods.
North Weald district councillors Anne Grigg and Dave Stallan were made aware of the proposals ahead of the publication of the council report.
The report states that Mr Stallan supports the proposal in principle saying it will help alleviate the current housing problem.
Mrs Grigg has said that in light of the increasing need for temporary accommodation for homeless households she supports the proposals but does not find the exterior of the ‘pods’ visually attractive.
North Weald Bassett Parish Council will discuss the proposals on Monday.
Parish council clerk Sue de Luca told Everything Epping Forest: “Probably many people in North Weald are unaware of this proposal.”
Traffic in Epping is again at a complete standstill in many of the main routes coming through the small market town.
At Lawlor Car Service we believe this has been caused by the traffic lights on Palmers Hill/The Plain (ST Margaret’s Hospital). The lights are out of sync once again and when this happens the whole area suffers travel chaos.
As a taxi company we are growing fast and the traffic causes us major headaches and members of the public are fuming that the whole town regularly comes to an unbearable state.
In the coming days we can expect more traffic problems as the lights will still not be performing the way they should. Essex County Council are responsible for the lights in our district and we will be getting in touch with them shortly. Essex County Council Traffic Lights Report Line
The M11 issues today are just adding to our problems as customers who travel further afield get caught up in the road/lane closures on one of the main Motorways nearby. See Links below.
Status : Currently Active. Earlier Reason : Caused by an earlier accident. Delay : There are currently delays of 1 hour against expected traffic. Location : The M11 southbound between junctions J8 and J7 . Return To Normal : Normal traffic conditions are expected between 08:15 and 08:30 on 28 February 2017. Reason : Congestion. M11 Traffic Delays in Essex Tue, 28 Feb 2017 07:57:45 GMT