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Nottingham treated parking and fines system as ‘cash cow’, say auditors

Information Commissioner orders Nottingham City Council to publish Ernst & Young report

Mark Moran
09 February 2024
The E&Y report and recommendations are now in the public domain

 

Nottingham City Council used its parking and fines system as a “cash cow” within a “commercially driven culture”, a report by auditors has suggested.

Accounting firm Ernst and Young (EY) was commissioned to review the council's books after unlawful spending from the Housing Revenue Account was uncovered in 2021.

The council had initially refused to publish the full report despite requests under the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act, but was ordered to make them...

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