I thought you might be interested in the below event on corruption risks in local planning decisions. More information and a link to register is below.
I am pleased to invite you to Transparency International UK’s upcoming online event Permission Accomplished: How can local authorities tackle corruption risks? , which we are holding in partnership with the Big Tent Ideas Festival.
This event will bring together an expert, cross-party panel and members of the public to discuss Transparency International UK’s latest research on corruption risks in major planning decisions. We hope that this event will be of interest and that we can engage with you further on our practical solutions for restoring trust in local government and the UK’s planning system.
Permission Accomplished: How can local authorities tackle corruption risks?
10.15-11.15 on Tuesday 27th October
Professor Elizabeth David-Barrett (Chair), Professor of Governance and Integrity at the University of Sussex and Director of the Centre for the Study of Corruption
John Penrose MP , the Prime Minister’s Anti-Corruption Champion
Clive Betts MP , Chair of the Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee
Rachel Davies Teka , Head of Advocacy at Transparency International UK
We hope to see you on the 27th of October!
Please do feel free to extend this invitation to your staff or colleagues .