I understand the manageability concerns, but expect a lot of issues with a central DHCP.
Once the initial configuration is correctly made in the local router, it becomes a rugged service with no external dependencies and viretually no maintenance required. It is not the same (actually the opposite) for relayed DHCP.
Who tried before you, finally found that service on the router is the most reliable and the less maintenance-requiring solution.
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