Derby Homes Almo to outsource its expertise

Merrick, Neil
May 2004
Public Finance;5/7/2004, p10
Trade Publication
Highlights the operations of Derby Homes, a top-performing management organization that aims to sell services to other council-owned housing companies in England. Manner of dealing with private contractors and managing accounts; Description of the organization's operations in Derbyshire.


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