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TfL grilled over ‘unfair’ Garden Bridge contest

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Repeats what happend at the V&A in Dundee where a non-compliant bid won over the panel. In that case the panel mysteriously did not keep records of how they awarded the contract as required by law and as defined as a pre-requisite in the European directive covering competitions. The McClelland Report into this abuse totally missed this key point. Curiously, the same thing happened with the Scottish Parliament Building where the panel more or less abandoned the scoring when the favoured contestant looked like losing. The Fraser Inquiry at least queried the process but did not have the power to investigate any criminal acts.

Posted date

21 September, 2015

Posted time

10:10 am

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