By Tim Danaher, Tim Danaher 28 April 2000
Last week, the BBC became the latest public body to throw its hat into the PFI ring when it launched a tender process to redevelop its £430m property portfolio. The corporation plans to slash its property expenditure by a third – and raise £300m to modernise its accommodation, starting with ...
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