Long road ahead for leasing

Martin, David
September 2005
Public Finance;9/9/2005, p20
Trade Publication
Comments on the response of local authorities to the introduction of the Prudential Code, a regulation that provides funding options for local governments in Great Britain. Usefulness of the code in freeing local authorities to apply capital expenditure where it was most appropriate; Usability in enabling them to manage property portfolios more effectively; Role in enabling authority greater freedom to devote capital expenditure to the acquisition of property.


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