Landlord Jack Collins of Woodlea Road, Yeadon, has been hit with court fines for a fourth time for failing to properly manage his rental properties. On 18 November 2019, Mr Collins was found guilty and ordered to pay £25,324.60 within two months for failing to maintain a property on Sefton
Five South Leeds residents are counting the cost of falling foul of environmental laws. Four of the five were found guilty at Leeds Magistrates Court last week for failing to deal with rubbish properly while the other contravened a Dog Control Order. Julie Thompson of Brompton Row, Beeston Hill was
I mentioned my interest in street names last July. I discovered a couple of weeks ago that the Recreations in Holbeck are so called because the houses were built on the site of a recreation ground. In fact it had cricket pitches that once hosted the Australian national team.
A programme of enforcement patrols by Leeds City Council is taking place in South Leeds. Councillors David Congreve, Adam Ogilvie and Angela Gabriel (Labour, Beeston & Holbeck) have been keen to secure the patrols following numerous complaints about littering and dog fouling from local residents. The patrols, carried out by
Three dog owners in Leeds, one from Middleton, are licking their wounds having been prosecuted for flouting dog control orders. The man and two women failed to pay £75 fixed penalty notices handed out for allowing their pets to wander freely on the streets. Under new rules introduced in January