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17-59 Housing Condition Survey
17-58 Building Maintenance Trend Analysis 2016-17
17-57 Education Catering Trend Analysis 2016 17 (003)
17-56 Building Cleaning Trend Analysis 2016-17
17-55 Staff Award and Recognition Schemes
17-54 Transport Trend Analysis 2016-17
17-53 Street Lighting: Trend analysis 2016/17
17-52 Highways and Winter Maintenance: Trend analysis 2016/17
17-51 Sports and Leisure: Trend analysis 2016/17
17-50 Briefing - Consultation on changes to the Prudential Code for Capital Finance
17-49 Eligibility for free school meals and the early years pupil premium under Universal Credit
17-48 Fuel Poverty Strategy Consultation
17-47 SEEP - Second Consultation on Local Heat & Energy Efficiency Strategies, and Regulation of District and Communal Heating
17-46 Participatory Budgeting - Community Choices
17-45 A Summary Analysis of Local Authority spending on Adult Social Care in 2015/16 against proxies of need for care services and funding changes since 2009/10
17-44 Local Authority Housing Companies
17-43 State of the Market 2017: Sports and Leisure Services
17-42 State of the Market 2017: Highways
17-41 State of the Market 2017: Street Lighting
17-40 State of the Market 2017: Winter Maintenance
17-39 The Clean Growth Strategy
17-38 Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
17-37 Planning for the right homes in the right places: consultation proposal
17-36 Bin Complaints - Local Government & Social Care Ombudsman report
17-35 Electoral reform in local government in Wales - Consultation
17-34 Air quality plan for nitrogen dioxide (N02) in UK (2017)
17-33 European Court of Justice - VAT Exemption on Leisure
17-32 Scottish Government - Raising Standards and Improving the Quality of Road Works in Scotland Consultation
17-31 State of the Market 2017 - Cleaning Services
17-30 Updating of the School Premises (General Requirements and Standards) (Scotland) Regulations 1967 Consultation
19-29 Local Authority Catering Services (State of the Market Survey 2017)
17-28 Climate Change Act Consultation
17-27 Socio-Economic Duty Consultation
17-26 EU Truck Cartel Update
17-25 Running Free – Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) consultation on preserving the free use of public parks
17-24 Home to School transport for SEND children: Reducing costs and enhancing outcomes
17-23 Home to School Transport Services for SEND children - Reducing Costs and Enhancing Outcomes, Part 1
17-22 ALARM survey 2017 and 5-year comparison of ALARM survey results (2012-13 to 2016-17)
17-21 Abolition of the Right to Buy and associated rights (Wales) Bill
17-20 Insights into Social Care Practice (Reducing DTOC rates attributable to social care)
17-19 Local Government in Scotland - Performance and challenges 2017 (Accounts Commission report)
17-18 Unauthorised memorabilia on graves and crematoria grounds
17-17 Public conveniences
17-16 Facilitating Family Presentations at Local Authority Funeral Services
17-15 Scottish local authority litter managers network - Litter Day of Action
17-14 Local Authority Street Cleansing Services - State of the Market Survey
17-13 Local Authority Parks and Green Spaces Services - State of the Market Survey
17-12 The Housing White Paper
17-11 Household Projections for Scotland, 2014 to 2039 (National Records of Scotland)
17-10 The findings and recommendations of the Communities and Local Government Committees report on Public Parks (January 2017)
17-09 Performance Networks Trading Standards Pilot
17-08 Why reducing contamination in materials collected for recycling is becoming more critical
17-07 Sub threshold contracts and public procurement
17-06 Trend Analysis 2015/16: Street Lighting
17-05 Loss of social homes for rent
17-04 Developing a successful 'binfrastructure' - litter bin policies, strategies and procedures
17-03 Local government in Scotland - Financial overview 2015/16 (Accounts Commission)
17-02 Trend Analysis 2015/16: Building Maintenance
17-01 Insights into Social Care Practice

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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