The authorities in danger of special measures designation for having the most decisions overturned at appeal

Five local authorities in England exceeded the 'special measures' threshold for the proportion of decisions overturned at appeal during the latest government assessment period, according to statistics from the housing department.

by Ellie Kahn
Eastbourne: one of five authorities to exceed the ‘special measures’ threshold (Pic: Getty)
Eastbourne: one of five authorities to exceed the ‘special measures’ threshold (Pic: Getty)

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