SEEDA looks at ways for private sector to help manage propertyportfolio

The South East England Development Agency (SEEDA) is looking at ways that the private sector could help it manage its £170 million property portfolio.

SEEDA executive director of development and infrastructure Lee Amor said combining expertise in partnership could "influence the challenging sustainable development agenda and leverage resources into our regeneration projects". He confirmed that discussions are at an early stage.

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