Monday, 2 February 2009

Going Cheap?

The Chairty Regulator will decide. Even their own Council colleagues want an inquiry. All a bit dodgy?

"Five Aberdeen councillors could face an investigation by charity regulators after it emerged that a residential school was sold for £4million less than the highest offer. Governors of the former Oakbank School, which closed last summer amid financial difficulties, could soon be at the centre of an inquiry by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (Oscr). Board members confirmed last night that the school had been sold to city-based developer Carlton Rock last July for £7million – despite offers of up to £11million being on the table."

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