Arms-length company 'misled' council over tram project, inquiry hears

By Hiba Mahamadi | 08 September 2017

Edinburgh City Council’s former leader has claimed the council was ‘deliberately denied’ access to important information by its arms-length company that was managing the delivery of one of the city’s biggest projects.

Donald Anderson, who was council leader between 1999 and 2006, gave oral evidence to the Edinburgh Tram Inquiry yesterday.

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