Thurrock Council’s Give A Gift campaign collects presents in the run-up to Christmas for local children in need who may not receive a gift on Christmas day.
As APSE ends its own 20th year in local government we look forward to working with all our member councils in the coming year 2020 and indeed over the next 20 years!
APSE has responded to today’s Queen’s speech suggesting that it offers little Christmas cheer to local councils.
Will local government be seen as a key partner working to develop a shared ambition of post-austerity policies designed to rebuild local areas and local communities? Or will it be seen as a merely a local administrator for matters decided within Westminster?
The call for evidence was initially scheduled to close on 16 December 2019 but given the unexpected General Election, the Commission is accepting submissions into early January to enable councils and organisations who have been engaged in election activity to still participate.
APSE is pleased to present the 2020 Innovation Awards for highways, street lighting and winter maintenance services.
A response to the General election of 2019.
APSE is pleased to announce the winners in this year’s performance networks best and most improved performer awards, which was held on the evening of 5 December 2019 at the Grand Hotel, Blackpool
The APPG Excellence in School Food Awards are once again open for entry. The Awards will showcase innovation in school catering.
New polling by Survation on behalf of APSE (Association for Public Service Excellence) finds that whilst trust in Government has crashed trust in local councils is on the rise and at its highest level since 2016.
APSE is delighted to welcome The CDS Group (formerly Cemetery Development Services) as the newest member to our Approved Partner scheme.
APSE is also pleased to present the Innovation Awards, celebrating outstanding local councils that use innovative ideas and solutions to tackle the current challenges facing their frontline soft facilities management services.
Since joining in 2005, Jan has been a tremendous asset to APSE. Her determination and focus over the years has ensured our training service has never been in better shape; delivering first-class courses to a whole range of council staff across all parts of the UK.
Nottingham City Council’s EEMonitor is a smart and adaptable multi-functional device for use inside the home which shows how much energy is being used and what it costs.
GovPlanet® is the place for local authorities and emergency services to sell their surplus vehicles and equipment.
GRIDSERVE are a sustainable energy business focussed on delivering solar energy and energy storage solutions for critical power infrastructure across grid power, electric vehicle power, and remote power applications.
Dudley Council has invested significant time and energy into transforming its local parks; working hard to increase the health and wellbeing of local residents.
Kensa Contracting is an award-winning specialist delivery partner and contractor for fifth generation district heating with ambient shared ground loop arrays and ground source heat pumps.
We are thrilled to announce the winners of the APSE Housing and Building Apprentice Awards 2019!
Cllr. Mark Pengelly, APSE’s new National Chair, sets out his vision for the next year.