The Local Government Act 1988 requires local authorities to subject a number of services to competition: refuse collection, street cleaning, building cleaning, schools and welfare catering, vehicle maintenance, grounds maintenance and the management of sports and leisure facilities. The purpose of the research, carried out by the Institute of Local Government Studies at the University of Birmingham, was to investigate the initial impact of this legislation on local authorities and their organization. It also studies the processes involved and the impact of competition on standards and finance.
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