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M3
Three Kings, 23 Commonside East,
CR4 2QA Mitcham , Surrey
United Kingdom
Phone: 020 8274 4000

M3 products and consultancy services help clients control the cost of building maintenance and development. M3 partners and associates are industry experts providing professional advice, assistance and support to housing providers. Over 500 organisations efficiently procure and manage affordable housing and public building maintenance using our products such as the M3NHF Schedule of rates. A number of the largest Housing Associations appraise, manage and benchmark their complex building development programmes using M3Pamwin Plus. Developers, land agents, valuers and local authorities use M3Pamwin Lite to appraise and value sites. M3 supports the National Housing Maintenance Forum (NHMF), which focuses on advising maintenance practitioners on good practice. M3 organises the annual NHMF maintenance conference, a very popular forum for networking and exchanging ideas. The NHMF regularly funds and contributes to the content of NHF best practice guides. Our aim is to provide excellent products and reliable services. Visit our website www.m3h.co.uk for full information about our products and prices, to order products, to download evaluation versions of our software, and to contact us.

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