Auditors concerned by slow transformation

By Mark Conrad | 28 March 2024

Scotland’s Accounts Commission is ‘extremely concerned’ by slow transformation at Moray Council, which faces a £31m deficit despite years of warnings to improve.

A report by the commission published today said the north of Scotland authority had been told in ‘repeated reviews over the past 18 years that while it has made improvements, these have not been fast enough’.

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