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Manager of community transport schemes: FACT, HACT and ESACT, resigns after investigation into how they operate




The manager of three community transport organisations has stepped down following a lengthy investigation into the way they have operated.

A special meeting of Cambridgeshire County Council's audit and accounts committee heard details of the investigation into FACT, HACT and ESACT (3447165)
A special meeting of Cambridgeshire County Council's audit and accounts committee heard details of the investigation into FACT, HACT and ESACT (3447165)

Jo Philpott announced her resignation last week following a six-hour special meeting of Cambridgeshire County Council's audit and accounts committee, which discussed the detailed findings of an independent investigation into FACT, HACT and ESACT (Fenland Association for Community Transport, Huntingdonshire Association for Community Transport and East and South Cambridgeshire Association for Community Transport).

Councillor Kit Owen addresses the special meeting of Cambridgeshire County Council's audit and accounts committee, with Jo Philpott (seated next to him on the right). (3447163)
Councillor Kit Owen addresses the special meeting of Cambridgeshire County Council's audit and accounts committee, with Jo Philpott (seated next to him on the right). (3447163)

Private investigators KPF were appointed by the council's chief executive, Gillian Beasely, following a lengthy campaign by taxi drivers.



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