Council refuses to “think again” about controversial sheltered housing deal

Posted By on 1st August 2020

By Graham Smith Cornwall Council has refused to “think again” about its proposed £150 million 30-year sheltered housing contract with the controversial Mears Group. County Hall’s top lawyer, Mel O’Sullivan,…

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  1. As someone with a professional managerial background in the care of the elderly I think this decision is appalling. On grounds of cost alone the inflated costs per flat should be a non starter but add in a company which has had contracts removed means the decision beggars belief.

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