Council grants oversight ‘not fit for purpose’

By Martin Ford | 29 July 2021

The governance of grants worth millions to registered housing providers by Bristol City Council has been heavily criticised by internal auditors.

A review was carried out after management raised concerns about the process, which affected grants worth about £28m.

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