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Benchmarking Dashboard under Value for Money for Service Charges

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17/03/2012 12:26 pm

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17/03/2012 12:58 pm

Put in on the Excel Sheet of the  Benchmarking Dashboard of Value for Money under Service Charges of Estate Service Standards for Tenants and Leaseholders

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17/03/2012 1:51 pm

Anyone know what the Book called under Service Charges with National Federation of Housing.

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17/03/2012 4:06 pm

Sunflower/Eva - I'm sorry but I have no idea what you are actually asking.  In past incarnations you have said that you are dyslexic so I mean no offense by this, but suggest that if you try and write your questions more clearly in the first place - or maybe ask someone to check their readibility before you post - then people may be able to actually answer them.

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17/03/2012 5:11 pm

Anomymous come out, come out , from where ever you are. Whom is Eva and what is dyslexic thing you our talking about

I look for a book which the National Housing Federation wrote by I cannot find the name

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