‘Official advice’The council’s One Corby Policy Committee also ruled in 2008 that this type of under value sale must be referred to committee.Mr McKellar claims this did not happen with the St James land, which was sold to Mulberry Developments in 2010.Head of housing Steve Redfern, in an email to Mr McKellar, said the land was valued at 8m by Savills in 2011, with the benefit of the retail consent granted to Tesco.Mr Redfern added even with a discount for it not having planning permission, it would still be worth about 4m.Mr McKellar said he had been alerted to the issue by an open report on under value rents.”It indicated that not all under value land sales had followed policy, so I asked questions based on that.”I was completely shocked when I got an email back to say that not only had the transaction not followed policy, they had not followed the law.”‘Aware of concerns’Acting chief executive of the council Norman Stronach said the land had a “long and complicated history” and its sale had been reported to appropriate council committees.He said the site had been subject to a number of valuations since 2000.”The council is aware of concerns over this and have asked the Audit Commission to look into this whilst also looking at the Cube history,” he added.Earlier this year a leaked confidential report revealed the 47m Corby Cube which houses the council offices was more than 10m over budget and built with “dangerous” design flaws which had to be corrected.An Audit Commission report is expected in August or September, Mr Stronach said. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read about our approach to external linking..
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He said: is a vote in favour of jobs, growth and a legacy for professional, amateur and community sport. James Alexander, City of York Council leader, said after the meeting: has shown itself to be open for business and today, we have secured a future for professional sport in this city. He said an announcement was likely soon on more investment for the city centre, particularly around the market..