With a few exceptions, European cities lack a clear overview of their real estate activities and their management of public properties is extremely fragmented. This is hampering their strategic planning processes at a time when many cities are looking to dispose of real estate as a way of cutting costs. These are the main findings of a study on real estate management in 15 European cities by consultancy firm Deloitte.
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