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Inquiry concluded. Report published 15 January 2014.
The Committee launched its inquiry on 11 October 2013, to follow-up the Committee's 2012 inquiry and to establish whether the Local Government Ombudsman and Government have addressed the concerns identified in the Committee's previous report, The work of the Local Government Ombudsman (2012-13) (PDF 226 KB)
The Committee has called for evidence addressing the terms of reference only for this inquiry. Please note that the Committee cannot comment or look into details of LGO individual cases.
Committee publishes further report on Local Government Ombudsman
Committee will publish its report on its further review of the LGO inquiry on Wednesday 15 January
Communities and Local Government Committee holds evidence sessions from 4.20pm
Committee calls for evidence on the work and performance of the Local Government Ombudsman
Report, together with formal minutes relating to the report
Work of the Local Government Ombudsman 2012