A borough taxi firm is in the process of being wound up, business records show.

Elton Blueline Taxis, which has an office on Bury New Road in Whitefield, is in a state of voluntary liquidation, which was started on April 17, according to Companies House.

A staff member at the call centre, which is still taking bookings, said there was no-one available at the firm's management to speak to about the issue. 

A listing on public record website The Gazette shows that, after a general meeting, it was decided that the firm "cannot "continue its business" and it is advised that the company be "wound up voluntarily".

CB Business Recovery, of Elland in West Yorkshire, has been appointed as a liquidator "for the purposes of such winding up".

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The resolution notice, signed off by director Farriyaz Khan, said: "At a general meeting...duly convened on April 17, the following resolutions were duly passed as a special resolution and as an ordinary resolution respectively:

"That it has proved to the satisfaction of this meeting that the company cannot, by reason of its liabilities, continue its business and that it is advisable to wind up the same and, accordingly, that the company be wound up voluntarily and that Christopher Brooksbank, of CB Business Recovery, be, and is hereby, appointed liquidator for the purposes of such winding up."