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Greenhalgh, Paul; Thompson, Emine Mine; Muldoon-Smith, Kevin (2016)
Publisher: Association of Chief Estate Surveyors
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: K400
Traditionally, the challenge for local government surveyors and property managers has been the generation of meaningful and timely information that can be used to inform and improve the management of the public sector estate. Today, the challenge is no longer the timely generation of urban property data, rather, it is in relation to how so much information can be exploited and integrated successfully into contemporary public sector property management.
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