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2018

APSE on BBC's Countryfile
APSE on BBC's Countryfile

Countryfile's Charlotte Smith looks at the threat to our country parks from council funding cuts. The report includes a reference to APSE's 2018 State of the Market Report on Parks, including the Report's 'Graph of Doom'

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The APPG Excellence in School Food Award now open for entries
The APPG Excellence in School Food Award now open for entries

The APPG Excellence in School Food Award will showcase innovation in school catering. 

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Food for thought: School holiday meal provision
Food for thought: School holiday meal provision

We spoke to Lindsay Graham, child food poverty policy advisor, about the steps being made to provide food to children from low income families during the school holidays.

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Top of the Class
Top of the Class

Announcing the finalists for the APSE Overall Council of the Year award 2018.

 

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Making fuel poverty history
Making fuel poverty history

Dealing with our national home energy efficiency problem requires bold action, says Shadow Minister for Energy and Climate Change, Alan Whitehead MP.

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Introducing the Deposit Return Scheme in Scotland
Introducing the Deposit Return Scheme in Scotland

We spoke to David Barnes, Programme Manager in Litter and Flytipping at Zero Waste Scotland, about how this new scheme can help Scotland turn the tables on litter for good.

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Announcing the finalists of the APSE Annual Seminar 2018!
Announcing the finalists of the APSE Annual Seminar 2018!

The Awards, now in their eighteenth year, celebrate the very best in local government.

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Governing England: devolution and public services
Governing England: devolution and public services

Martin Rogers, Policy Advisor at the British Academy, investigates how devolution in England is working in practice and the impact its having on local authorities.

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Striking gold: redeveloping facilities for the public good
Striking gold: redeveloping facilities for the public good

We spoke to Richard Shwe, Deputy Chief Executive (Commercial and Development) at St Albans City and District Council about generating a new income stream through redevelopment of leisure and cultural facilities.

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Passivhaus: Exeter City Council leading by example
Passivhaus: Exeter City Council leading by example

We spoke to Emma Osmundsen, Shadow Director (Development) and Client Lead (Build) at Exeter City
Council, about Exeter’s emergence as a world leader in sustainable developments.

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Promoting excellence in public services

APSE (Association for Public Service Excellence) is a not for profit unincorporated association working with over 300 councils throughout the UK. Promoting excellence in public services, APSE is the foremost specialist in local authority frontline services, hosting a network for frontline service providers in areas such as waste and refuse collection, parks and environmental services, cemeteries and crematorium, environmental health, leisure, school meals, cleaning, housing and building maintenance.

           

 

          

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