Everyone is dependent on transport in some way, shape or form. Even if you work from home and conduct all of your work remotely, your work will in some way rely on transport. In Oxfordshire, the transport network is suffering from overload at peak times and doesn’t provide for safer and more environmentally friendly modes of transport such as cycling as well as it could.
This last year has seen an interesting evolution in the debate about aviation emissions relative to all other modes of transportation. It was nearly a decade ago that the topic was a daily conversation in the media but then, seemingly, it was not so high on the agenda, it wasn’t something that appeared in every presentation, every business plan, any strategic review of an aircraft operator’s future, or indeed those of an airport.
Nathan Thomas of Hilltop Chauffeurs first appeared in B4 Issue 35 – almost half a B4 lifetime ago. Since then he has been on something of a rollercoaster both personally and professionally. Nathan spoke to B4’s Richard Rosser openly and honestly about his experiences to show that for those experiencing similar challenges, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
We are Oxfordshire’s first choice of transport operative since 1991, and over the past 2 years have been locally and nationally commended both within the taxi trade and by our most esteemed critics, the general public.
Findlay has come along way (literally miles!) since 1978, and the days of the traditional chauffeur company. Then owned by the founder John Findlay, who sported the classic chauffeur hat and white gloves, it is now in the hands of a husband and wife team who have grown it to something altogether different.