Peterborough contract collapse: key reasons and its implications


Seen as a blueprint for future charity and council partnerships to deliver children’s services, the £126m contract between Tact and Peterborough City Council has ended after just three years. Experts assess what can be learned.

The partnership between Peterborough City Council and charity Tact ended early after both parties spent more than planned. Picture: Adobe Stock/chrisdorney
The partnership between Peterborough City Council and charity Tact ended early after both parties spent more than planned. Picture: Adobe Stock/chrisdorney

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