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Broxbourne Council holds on to £ 5.6 million of public money

A recent Freedom of Information request has revealed that, Conservative-led, Broxbourne Borough Council currently has £5.6 million of unspent public money. 


The money had been earmarked for spending on capital projects in the borough such as £2.5million allocated to the Park Plaza project.


Broxbourne's Labour leader, Councillor Malcolm Aitken, expressed shock at this news and said that he was seeking an explanation as to what the council had been doing, and planned to do, with this money.   More on this story, as reported by Hertfordshire Mercury, is available here: 


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published this page in News 2015-08-28 14:06:55 +0100

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