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Editorial: Issue 221 5 Aug 2010

Public spending woes spell chance for some private enterprise

Outsourcing companies look at reducing local authority budgets as an opportunity

Mark Moran, Managing Editor, Parking Review

The Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government’s planned cuts of around 25% across government departments is part of a bid to all but eliminate a deficit of about 11% of national output by 2015. Local councils, who are facing what will be the biggest cuts to their budgets since 1945, are set to step up the rate at which they contract out frontline services and back office processes in areas such as parking management, parking enforcement, refuse collection and building...

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