Considers the possible overall effects of the current review of local government in Britain on the management of the property assets of local authorities. Draws attention to the present highly uncertain situation, but assumes that reorganization will occur in some form. Considers the ways in which the managers of these property assets may have to adapt, and suggests that while the review may well present several threats, there will be some countervailing opportunities for a more effective strategic use of the property asset.
Property Management – Emerald Publishing
Published: Sep 1, 1994
Keywords: Compulsory competitive tendering; Fixed asset register; Local government; Property; Property management; Re‐organization; Strategy
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