What really happened at Grampound in December 2016? Whether it was a cock-up or a conspiracy, Cornwall Council and Cormac have questions to answer

Posted By on 27th April 2020

By Graham Smith The resignation of Bob Egerton from the Cornwall Council cabinet presents the biggest single crisis to face the ruling administration since former leader Alec Robertson was forced…


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  1. What a great pity that Councillor Egerton didn’t choose to resign sooner and torpedo the purchase of Langarth at peak value the week before the development bubble appears to have imploded with land prices set to collapse… He would have gained huge respect because he did say certain officers were driving the agenda, but the fact remains it happened on his watch and he will forever be associated with what may yet an epic disaster for Cornwall Council.

  2. What a great pity that Councillor Egerton didn’t choose to resign sooner and torpedo the purchase of Langarth at peak value the week before the development bubble appears to have imploded with land prices set to collapse… He would have gained huge respect because he did say certain officers were driving the agenda, but the fact remains it happened on his watch and he will forever be associated with what may yet an epic disaster for Cornwall Council.

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