We are a membership organisation run by members for the benefit of the members, we have a close working relationship with agencies that have a direct relationship with the Taxi Trade. We have good working relationship with Sheffield City Council, Licensing Officers, and the Police.
"I have been honoured to be elected as the Chairperson of the STTA. Your vote will enable me on your behalf to continue to carry out the work of the STTA that best serves the membership. I thank all of the membership that voted".
Our role is to provide advice, and provide support and assistance to our members. We also work in partnership with Sheffield City Council and other statutory agencies on policies matters. We represent our members’ interests on several public bodies. We campaign and lobby on behalf of our members to promote their best interests and ensure our customers receive first class service.
The STTA is a non profit making organisation, we are completely funded by membership subscriptions, and STTA is not political and is only interested in the well being of our members.
Our objectives are as follows:
The STTA is managed by Management / Executive committee consists of four officers and five committee members. The officer posts are Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Secretary and Treasure. They have full power insofar as they are consistent with the constitution and rules of organisation.
Mohammed Barkat Shad
Why should you join us?
From the 1970’s the STTA has worked for the rights of it members and the Taxi trade.
The service we offer:
Attach a copy of the membership form need to add return address with payment details and a reminder not to send cash, only send cheque if posting. The form can also be handed into one of the management committee members.
STTA Membership is more than just an information source. Members are making a difference by getting involved and sharing their experiences.
Member A concludes, "I would say membership is very good value. There is so much to gain. No matter how much you think you might be self-sufficient and coping with it all, membership could give you a wealth of information, help and support"
Member B has been an active member within committee throughout his working life, and has made the most of the opportunity to speak up for others. “I have faced politicians and councillors. It was a challenge at first, but I enjoyed it. I found being a member of the committee very interesting.”
Member C feels that being an STTA Member also enables him to make a difference. He explains, “I think people should all have the opportunity to have their say in STTA. It is not enough for Management committee have their say, as a member my views are be listened to.”
Whatever the views or interests of members, what unites STTA Members is they want to be in the know and make a difference. It’s up to individuals how involved they want to be. You can only get involved if you join and it does not matter how loud you shout from the outside of the STTA we are here only to represent the views and interests of the members.