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The Compton Joint Service Centre


Harehills Lane

Leeds LS9 7BG


Local transport information: The centre is on local bus routes. Please visit for more information.

Bus Stops
Public transport is immediately in front of the building (five metres); however if going in the opposite direction there would be a need to cross a busy road via pelican crossing

Disabled Parking
Customer parking is available to the back of the building which includes four disabled parking bays

The building is accessible via 2 very large automatic doors
The desks are all low level
The building is a ‘Safe Place’ for adults with a learning disability

There is no lift as once in the building is on one level

Assistive Technology
A range of assistive technology hardware and software is available for use on the public computers

Accessible Toilets
There is one accessible customer toilet

Support Dogs
All support dogs are welcome

Induction Loops/Audio
There is an Induction loop available
There is also an Interpreting and British Sign Language service available

  • Monday
    8:30am to 4pm 
  • Tuesday
    8:30am to 4pm 
  • Wednesday
    8:30am to 4pm 
  • Thursday
    8:30am to 4pm 
  • Friday
    10am to 4pm 
  • Saturday
    10am to 2pm by appointment only  
  • Sunday
  • Toilets

  • Free phone to council departments

  • Computer access to free online council services

  • Free phone for debt advice

  • Baby change

  • WiFi (free)

  • Vending machine

  • Pop-up support surgeries

  • Youth Offending Team sessions and appointments

  • Council tax, bills and benefits advice

  • Advice on housing

  • Advice on parking

  • Hate crime reporting

  • Registrar appointments

  • Social services help and advice

  • Disabled bus passes and blue badge applications

  • Councillor surgeries

  • MP surgeries

  • Welfare Rights

  • Leeds Counselling Service

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

  • Primary Mental Health Care Team

  • Neighbourhood policing team