Travel company Abbeyways reveal why they closed as office reopens suddenly
A Huddersfield town centre travel company which closed out of nowhere has reopened.
Abbeyways Hanson Coach Services Ltd, situated at Upperhead Row, by Huddersfield Bus Station, week shut last.
A High Court enforcement notice was positioned on its entry way by representatives of Salford-based debt recovery firm Andrew Wilson & Co.
It explained that the deadline for the business to satisfy its obligations was December 26 and an unspecified quantity of goods will be removed.
However, David Croft, who said he previously worked at the ongoing company on-and-off or twenty years, told ExaminerLive: “You can find no financial problems. The nagging problem was with the lease which includes been concluded.
“We rent from the lessor but there is not one right now so we have been in limbo.”
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He said a specialist locksmith utilized by your debt recovery firm have been to the shop when it had been shut at night time to “avoid any aggravation” and produced the lock for ExaminerLive’s inspection.
Huddersfield Bus Station opened in 1974 and is owned and is managed by Metro – the West Yorkshire transport operator.
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Mr Croft said it had been uncertain if the company would remain at the premises in Upperhead Row as he claimed Metro were considering increasing the cost of the lease significantly.
West Yorkshire Combined Authority, which operates the Metro network of bus stations, travel centres and public transport information in West Yorkshire, has been approached for comment.