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			David Miller

At its meeting in May, the NHMF agreed to join forces with Accent Housing Group and a number of other associations to launch a new type of procurement club, called 'Procurement For All'

David Miller

NHMF Bulletin 2005 - See all articles from 2005

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			Janet Lord

The success of the Accent partnership where some others have failed make it well worth sharing.

Janet Lord

NHMF Bulletin 2005 - See all articles from 2005

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			Ken Spencer

Ken Spencer spoke at the 2005 NHMF Maintenance Conference about the potential benefits of procurement clubs.

Ken Spencer

NHMF Bulletin 2005 - See all articles from 2005

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			Jeff Turner

Jeff Turner gave a talk to the 2005 NHMF Maintenance Conference on working with builders merchants to improve the efficient supply of maintenance materials.

Jeff Turner

NHMF Bulletin 2005 - See all articles from 2005

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			Dave Treanor

We thought you might find it helpful to have a checklist of the most important source documents on the subject, and what they cover.

Dave Treanor

NHMF Bulletin 2005 - See all articles from 2005

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			Dave Treanor

The NHMF, together with the Housing Corporation, helped fund the National Housing Federation's publication of their Guide to Procurement under OJEU, published in March this year.

Dave Treanor

NHMF Bulletin 2005 - See all articles from 2005

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			Patrick Symington

Patrick Symington of Housemark warned delegates at the NHMF Maintenance Conference that the Housing Inspectorate would be increasingly focusing on value for money.

Patrick Symington

NHMF Bulletin 2004 - See all articles from 2004

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			David Miller

The NHF Schedule of Rates is a fully priced composite schedule defining the repair and renewal tasks for day-to-day and void repairs complete with contract documentation for letting a measured term contract.

David Miller

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A question posed in many walks of life is does size matter? Our first experience of this was when our first tender was delivered to this office. It came courtesy of Securicor and consisted of no less than five large boxes.

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			Andrew Millross

This is an update to the NHF publication Guide to the EU procurement rules by Anthony Collins Solicitors, published in March 2005.

Andrew Millross

NHMF Bulletin 2006 - See all articles from 2006

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