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Communities and neighbourhoods
Making assets work: The Quirk Review

Making assets work: The Quirk Review

Published 15 May 2007
Type(s) Reports and summaries
Site Communities and neighbourhoods
Product code 06GC04436
Price Free


An independent review, which looked at Community Management and Ownership of Assets, led by Barry Quirk, Lewisham Council's Chief Executive Officer. Community organisations can realise tremendous potential by taking on the management and ownership of community assets. The Review looks at the barriers which may be standing in the way of more communities managing and owning assets and recommends ways we can create an environment to encourage more community management and ownership of assets. The report is published on behalf of the Review Team by the Department for Communities and Local Government


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