Survey of Unmet Demand for Hackney Plated Taxi Vehicles

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Dear Stirling Council,

Can you please provide me with information on the latest Full Survey of unmet demand on Hackney Carriage Taxi Vehicles and a copy of the survey if possible, If this as been any further surveys (Commonly Referred to as a mini or Top Up) can you provide information on them as well including who conducted the survey and what information was recorded.

Yours faithfully,

Stan Bayne

FOI, Stirling Council

Dear Mr Bayne,

Your request for information has been logged and allocated reference FOI/12440.

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Marie Proudfoot

Records & Information Compliance Team
Stirling Council
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CorporateFOI, Stirling Council

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Dear Stan Bayne,

 

I refer to your above request under the Freedom of Information (Scotland)
Act 2002, which was logged by us as FOI/12440.

                                                                   

The following information has been provided in response to your request.

 

Can you please provide me with information on the latest Full Survey of
unmet demand on Hackney Carriage Taxi Vehicles and a copy of the survey if
possible, If this as been any further surveys (Commonly Referred to as a
mini or Top Up) can you provide information on them as well including who
conducted the survey and what information was recorded.

 

Please see attached document (Taxi Unmet Demand Survey report) provided by
our Licensing service.

 

Please note there has been no further survey reports carried out since
2016.

 

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