A millionaire who was at the centre of a planning row over a house in Mirfield has been jailed.
Mohammed Azam Yaqoob - known as Mr Sparkles because of his carwash business - was part of a gang involved in a £5m drugs ring.
All six men, most of them from Bradford, have been jailed for plotting to sell heroin, crack cocaine and cocaine on the streets of West Yorkshire.
Judge Peter Benson heard Yaqoob had helped to broker the deal for the 5kg of heroin with contacts in Manchester.
Adbul Iqbal QC, mitigating, said the 45-year-old had played no other role in the purchasing, processing or trafficking of the drugs.
Yaqoob, of North Road, Ravensthorpe, was jailed for nine years and four months after pleading guilty to conspiracy to supply class A drugs at an earlier hearing.
Ten years ago, he was at the centre of a planning row over a £1m house in Huddersfield Road, Mirfield, allegedly built without planning permission.
Kirklees Council ordered it to be pulled down but Yaqoob overturned the decision on appeal.