A specialist team are to begin assisting officers to search a building in Leeds due to the presence of asbestos. A scene has been in place at the premises at the junction of Dewsbury Road and Oakhurst Avenue, Beeston, since 27 September 2018 when a cannabis factory was discovered there
Residents in Beeston have been puzzled by the continued presence of Police staff outside a former office building near the Tommy Wass pub on Dewsbury Road. At the beginning of October South Leeds Life reported that a search of the premises had been halted due to the presence of asbestos.
Officers searching a building in Beeston where a cannabis factory was found will be wearing specialist protective suits due to the presence of asbestos. A warrant was executed at the premises at the junction of Dewsbury Road and Oakhurst Avenue, Beeston, on 27 September 2018, by officers from Leeds District
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The much-loved Holbeck social club (formerly the Working Men’s Club) is facing a considerable uphill struggle in the coming months to keep their doors open, having this week been hit with a £28,000 bill to urgently clear out asbestos from the premises. The club is reputedly the oldest WMC in