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Even with recent developments in ICT, without assets there would be no local government. Public buildings and town halls provide centres for service provision, interaction with the public and a venue for the democratic process but it does not stop there. Roads, vehicles, council houses, street lights, leisure centres, shops, community halls and the land that councils own form a substantial series of assets that have a value in terms of the service provided as well as a potential value on the open market. Therefore it is vital that such assets are managed effectively and holistically across and between councils so that they retain their value.
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