APSE Energy and YES Energy Solutions have produced the publication "ECO funding for local authorities: A simple guide to the Government’s ECO scheme" to promote awareness of the continued ECO arrangements and upcoming consultation.
In a unique communications partnership, The Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE) and ITN Productions are producing a news and long-form current affairs-style programme highlighting APSE’s vision to encourage healthy, environmentally friendly and smart solutions for local communities.
APSE Energy’s is delighted to announce the launch of its new publication “Energy across the authority: How local authorities are using assets to develop the energy agenda.”
Announcing the winners of this year’s Highways, Street Lighting and Winter Maintenance Innovation Awards as well as the Highways and Street Lighting Apprentice Award.
Announcing the finalists of this year's Highways and Street Lighting Apprentice Awards.
After delivering his presentation at the Performance Networks Seminar in Blackpool, we spoke to Gerald Young, Senior Management Associate at the International City/County Management Association, about the challenges of benchmarking stateside.
Taylor Construction Plant Ltd (TCP) Ecolite TH200 LED Lighting Tower helped to light up the construction site of the new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC) during the winter months. The product, which uses BOC’s HYMERA® fuel cell as a sustainable power source, was hired to provide the best possible illumination with zero emissions.
The Town and Country Planning Association (TCPA) and APSE are calling on government to clarify and strengthen its commitment to delivering affordable housing by amending the definition of affordable housing and the viability test.
APSE is delighted to announce the winners of the prestigious Scottish Building and Housing Apprentice Awards 2018, as well as the winner of the first annual Margo Blair Award.
APSE has recently worked with Survation on a survey looking at attitudes to neighbourhood services amongst the general public. Paul Smith, Director of Government & Public Sector at Survation, examines the results of the survey, and what they mean for local councils.