MP Helen Jones has called on Warrington Borough Council to make public the findings of a governance review of libraries and leisure organisation LiveWire.
The Warrington North MP says the report – instigated by the council last year – has now been completed.
Its findings should be made public, she says, so that people can see how the problems associated with the public interest company have been addressed.
She said: “We all remember the fiasco which surrounded LiveWire’s handling of the library consultation and the subsequent revelations that one of their projects was under constructions without the firm involved having signed a contract, an internal audit describing the project as having minimal assurance and the same audit saying that a significant number of keys controls did not exist.
“Now the long awaited report has been completed I call on the council to make public its findings and what it feels LiveWire needs to do to improve.”
Ms Jones said no-one had ever accepted responsibility for “a long list of mismanagement” last year.
“There remains a real issue here about people spending public money but not being accountable when things go wrong.
“People can sack their councillor or their MP via the ballot box if they disagree with what they’ve done but the LiveWire board and senior management have sailed on regardless.”
A Warrington Borough Council spokesperson said: “The council commissioned an independent review of the governance of LiveWire in order to benchmark against the best practices within community interest companies. We have received the report and have requested that the LiveWire board produce a response and plan, to its findings.
“We look forward to discussing the response within the next few weeks. The report does not indicate any major failings, but as with all organisations, there are areas for improvement.”