Major Works Saga Continues - £Millions Wasted and No Apology From Council Bosses Responsible

In March, Southwark Liberal Democrats brought Labour's major works scandal to Council Assembly.

We know that major works at Arica House, Canada Estate, Devon Mansions and Kirby Estate went £millions over budget and were severely delayed over many months.

Liberal Democrats previously asked Council Leader Cllr Kieron Williams and Finance Boss Cllr Stephanie Cryan to apologise for their role in the fiasco. They were both the Council's Housing Boss who oversaw this scandal and did not prevent millions of taxpayers money being wasted and years of delay.

We've formally asked Kieron Williams and Stephanie Cryan to personally apologise and consider if they should keep their senior positions. Once again they refused!

Please sign our petition calling on Labour's Council Bosses responsible to apologise for their role and consider their positions. How do they have and have any credibility as council leader and finance boss if they won't? 

 

 

Major Works Scandal Petition

We, the undersigned, call on Labour Cabinet Members to apologise for their personal roles in Southwark's major works scandals. They should consider whether their positions remain tenable and, if not, resign.

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