Concern over accuracy of Carlow County Council planning files

The state's local government audit service (LGAS) has raised further concerns over the accuracy of key planning files held by Carlow County Council.

5th May, 2012

The state's local government audit service (LGAS) has raised further concerns over the accuracy of key planning files held by Carlow County Council.

An LGAS report published last week warned that Carlow County Council's bond register - a record of bonds paid by developers before construction - was "not up to date and needs to be prioritised".

The audit body also said that it was "unable to place any reliance on the accuracy and integrity...

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