News roundup

PMCDE News Round up 2010

Suffolk Council

The Guardian review of Suffolk County Councils plan for its major outsourcing agenda was fascinating. It really got to the heart of the debate which in many ways is less about the current climate of financial gloom within the public sector but more about a vision set nearly three decades ago by the Thatcher government on virtual Council principles. There are pro and cons relating to the concept but what is clear are that the principle even if it does not occur in Suffolk will not go away.

Connaught

It was sad to hear about the demise of one of the arms of Connaught Plc. We have worked with Connaught on numerous contracts and even though obvious business decisions have been questionable the staff who we have worked with have always shown a passion for excellence and we wish them all the best in the future.

Ealing Council

The article within Inside Housing about Ealing Council's cabinet officially approving plans to bring its arm's-length management organisation back in-house was no surprise. This is not saying that we have knowledge of this specific ALMO but we are sure that this approach will not be the last.

Enfield Private Sector Housing Team

As we have now finished our transformational change assignment we wanted to end this newsletter with a few thanks and congratulations.
Many congratulations to Malcolm Dabbs the newly appointed Head of Service who is already bringing an exciting vision to the service.
Thanks to our wonderful management team and staff at Enfield and it was a privilege managing you all over the last six months. Specific congratulations to the emergence of the talented managers in Anita Livemore, Marcia Burke and Elpida Moscardini.
A special thanks to the Assistant Director of Community Housing Servicers that of Sally McTernan for her support, vision and belief in our company delivering her change objectives.

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