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Location: Edinburgh, UK.
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23/02/2011 11:00 am

Hi there,

Please excuse me, I'm just bumping this thread a little bit. I'd like to thank anyone who has so far completed my survey.

I'm still in need of more responses and would really appreciate if anyone could take 10 minutes to fill it in.

So far it's been sent to local authorities, housing associations, the Govt, housing charities and the regulators such as the Scottish Housing Regulator.

If you have any questions about it, please feel free to ask me. Thanks in advance.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BVKW65P

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