Council faces £25m Games funding bill

By Martin Ford | 21 January 2022

Birmingham City Council has been left to pick up another £25m for the staging of the Commonwealth Games after partners failed to come forward.

According to an officers’ report, the authority’s ‘initial expectation’ was that £75m funding would come from ‘partner contributions’ but just £50m has been secured.

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