Newark and Sherwood District Councillor Michael Brown issues public apology after calling chief executive John Robinson to resign
A councillor who called for a chief executive to resign after a controversial planning application was voted through at the third time of asking has issued a public apology.
Michael Brown called for John Robinson to resign during a virtual meeting of Newark and Sherwood District Council’s planning committee in April.
It followed the approval of an application by Arkwood Developments, the development company owned by the council, for 87 homes off Lord Hawke Way, Newark, on the casting vote of the chairman
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