Since 1986 we’ve been delivering a number of trusted shared services on behalf of the five district Councils with in West Yorkshire - Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees, Leeds and Wakefield. We provide nine diverse, specialist services to both the public and private sectors.More About West Yorkshire Joint Services
On the 4th August 2021, Mr Mariwan Tofiq Mustafa failed to appear at the Bradford Council Licensing Sub Committee to hear an application for the review of the licence to sell alcohol at his business Piotr I Pawel, 23 Duckworth Lane, Bradford, BD9 5ES. The alcohol licence was revoked in his absence.
On 4th August Officers from West Yorkshire Police and West Yorkshire Trading Standards came together to implement a Cold Calling Control Zone in Gledhow, Leeds. The zone funding came via the Home Office Safer Streets fund, obtained by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, and has added 239 properties to an existing zone in the area.
On the 18th June 2021, Mr Jordan Corrigan from Dewsbury appeared at Kirklees Magistrates Court for selling illicit cigarettes and hand rolling tobacco from the business he was working at, Biedronka, 490 Huddersfield Road, Dewsbury, WF13 3ET. Mr Corrigan pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a 12 month Community Order, with 15 days rehabilitation attendance and 100 hours unpaid work. He was also ordered to make a £600 cost contribution, due to his current financial circumstances and a £90 victim surcharge.
On the 11th June 2021, Mr Aras Abdulkadir ALI from Leeds appeared at Kirklees Magistrates Court for selling illegal cigarettes and hand rolling tobacco at his business, Dobre Bo Polskie of 253 Dewsbury Road, Beeston LS115HZ.
On the 8th June 2021, Mr Hishyar Gully from Dewsbury appeared at Leeds Crown Court for selling illegal cigarettes and hand rolling tobacco at his business, Biedronka, 490 Huddersfield Road, Dewsbury, WF13 3ET. Mr Gully pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 10 months custody for the Trademark offences and a sentence of 4 months custody for the breach of the safety regulations. Those sentences were ordered to run concurrently with one another but were not suspended.