Westminster deputy leader took gifts in 50% of his planning cases

Westminster deputy leader took gifts in 50% of his planning cases
 

The Westminster City councillor Robert Davis received gifts or hospitality from property firms involved in half of the planning applications his committee ruled on in 2016, an investigation reveals.
Davis stood aside from his council roles on Wednesday night after the Guardian reported that he had been entertained or received gifts almost 900 times, often from property industry figures, between 2012 and 2017 while in charge of planning in the London borough.
The Conservative councillor chaired the planning committee for 17 years but a detailed analysis of the 120 planning applications he... read more

 
8 March 2018 in Politics, Views: 61
Source: Guardian
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