Regional Office Of Employment Tribunal, Leeds

11 Albion Street
LS1 5ES Leeds - Morley
West Yorkshire
0113 245 9741 Call
0113 242 8843
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for the Ministry of Justice and related organisations

Company description
The Tribunals Service is a new government agency that will be launched in April 2006 to provide common administrative support to the main central government tribunals The agency will form part of the Department for Constitutional Affairs DCA Launch of the new Service will be the biggest change to the tribunals system in this country in almost half a century

Nearby transit stations

  • 165 ft T1 Boar Lane14, 167, 202, 203, 219, 222, 254, 255, 36, 5, 62, 62A, 63A, 63B, 64, 64A, 743, 844
  • 197 ft T9 Boar Lane62, 63A, 63B, 7S, 85, 87, X99
  • 263 ft T8 Boar Lane209, 219, 60, 757

Car Parks

  • 163 ft Boar LaneCost: £2.50
  • 0.12 mi Criterion PlaceCost: £2.90
  • 0.14 mi West Riding HouseCost: £6.10
  • 0.16 mi Leeds Station - Short StayCost: £0.50


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