Copeland to ask Government for £1.5m capitalisation

By Paul Marinko | 17 January 2022

Copeland BC is to ask ministers for access to £1.5m in support after a Government-commissioned review laid bare the financial issues facing the authority.

Councillors last week backed a recommendation from chief finance officer Steven Brown to ask the Government for an immediate capitalisation directive so the council could avoid having to dig any further into reserves.

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