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PORTSMOUTH BECOMES PSP PATHFINDER

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Best value pilot Portsmouth City Council is to develop the second pathfinder project under the Public Sector plc in...
Best value pilot Portsmouth City Council is to develop the second pathfinder project under the Public Sector plc initiative.

The project, which will see Portsmouth draw on the expertise of the PSP partnership network of private firms, will focus initially on road maintenance. The council has suffered from high repair costs because of inadequate investment in maintenance.

The first PSP pathfinder, Havering LBC, agreed to run a project on streetcare at the start of the year (LGC, 25 January).

The PSP network is one of six government-approved best value partnership networks.

Portsmouth leader Leo Madden said: 'The PSP network gives us the opportunity to test the theories and potential solutions and plan the way ahead on a business base.'
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