West Sussex: Independent trust no longer needed to take over children’s services

Nina Jacobs
Sunday, April 3, 2022

Plans to hand over control of children’s services in West Sussex to an independent trust have been shelved after “continued and secure progress” was made by the county council, a report says.

John Coughlan was appointed commissioner at West Sussex Council in 2019. Picture: Hampshire County Council
John Coughlan was appointed commissioner at West Sussex Council in 2019. Picture: Hampshire County Council

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