The realisation of new ideas demands appropriate organisational and administrative structures. There is ongoing debate as to which fields of influence should be the responsibility of the private sector and which should belong to the public. In our view the following points are valid:
Public departments, which make the rules and enforce
them, should not also be operationally active in their
specialist spheres.
Principal operational tasks should be left to the private
Private ownership of infrastructure should only exist where
there is an adequate market for it.
Monopolies have no competition and should, therefore,
always remain in the public sector.
Infrastructure involves all the areas of the everyday life, which warrant that optimum basic needs for all the citizens will be met. These areas cover technical and social sectors but also real estate and residential building. Optimum service quality provides a basis for recognition and success.