U+I to set up PPP committee following six month consultation

Preston Barracks

U+I is establishing an independent ‘community challenge committee’ to oversee its public-private partnership (PPP) projects and ensure best practice.

A non-executive director will be appointed to head the committee, which will bring together public sector, civil society and development representatives to ensure U+I schemes are a ‘genuine partnership’ between stakeholders.

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