Thursday, 7 February 2008

Council retains four star status

Redcar and Cleveland Council has today received a four-star rating from the Audit Commission's Comprehensive Performance Assessment for the third consecutive year.

The Council's overall rating was four stars, with an 'improving well' assessment for its Direction of Travel.

The CPA results are available on the Audit Commission's website.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The 2008 Corporate assessement clearly reduced Redcar to a score of 2, in effect a poor council. However, due to protected status of their previous score they reatain it. This is a sham. Redcar have been found to be wanting in a number of areas which need to be rectified. The visage of a false protected score make a mockery of any inspection regime.