East Ayrshire Council’s Respectful Funeral Service is the first of its kind in Scotland. Their innovative approach has improved wellbeing and addressed issues relating to funeral poverty; providing a service that is dignified, affordable, and local.
Congratulations and a warm welcome to WAMITAB, an awarding organisation that develops qualifications for those working in resource management and recycling; cleaning and street cleansing; facilities management and parking from operative through to management level.
APSE is delighted to welcome Hanson Asphalt and Contracting Services to the APSE Approved Partner scheme.
To produce a skilled workforce that will meet the needs of the 21st-century business, Swansea Council’s Corporate Building & Property Services has embarked on a major programme of staff training. Learn how this Service Award-winning initiative is helping the Council “resource for the future.”
APSE is delighted to announce the winners of this year’s Highways and Street Lighting Apprentice Awards, in addition to the winners of the Highways, Street Lighting and Winter Maintenance Innovation Awards.
Congratulations and a warm welcome to WJ Group, the UK’s leading specialist road marking business.
The introduction of the “Edge of Care Service” by Cheshire West and Chester Council has led to a significant reduction in the number of children between the ages of nine and 15 years going in to care. APSE Direct spoke to Emma Taylor, the Council’s Director of Children’s Services, about this remarkable APSE Service Award-winning initiative.
APSE is disappointed that the Chancellor failed to take the opportunity to confirm an end date to austerity, particularly given the dire state of local government finance.
All of Warrington Borough Council ‘s commercial investments to date have been successful. APSE Direct caught up with Danny Mather, Head of the Council’s Corporate Finance team, to learn more about how the authority’s enterprising culture has opened up a number of exciting opportunities.
In collaboration with leading poll company Survation, APSE's latest campaign presents a research-based case as to why you council should champion neighbourhood services.