28-Nov-2017 15:28:52 | The Guardian
Retired judge Lord Dyson’s report into the Millwall CPO scheme was commissioned by Lewisham council and while its findings are therefore hardly a shock to campaigners, the fight for the future of The Den is back on the agenda
A report commissioned by Lewisham council has cleared Lewisham council of “any impropriety” in relation to the abandoned Millwall CPO scheme. The report, which was compiled by retired judge Lord Dyson and defined and framed by Lewisham councillors earlier this year, clears Lewisham councillors of misconduct and concludes they acted with “propriety, due diligence and in accordance with the applicable codes of practice” in relation to the New Bermondsey scheme.
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