CIPFA pleads for Oflog costs to be kept down

By Mark Conrad and Dan Peters | 05 March 2024

It is ‘unrealistic’ to think the Office for Local Government (Oflog) will not pile fresh resource pressures on councils, finance experts have warned.

In written evidence to MPs, the Chartered Institute for Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) said there would be a cost to the sector that ‘should be kept to a minimum’.

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