APSE’s latest online Policy Seminar explored both the strategic environmental issues emerging from Government administrations across the UK, as well as the factors that will influence climate action at a frontline service level.
Liverpool City Council, in partnership APSE Solutions, has published an Invitation to Tender for firms to be included on a ground breaking framework for the supply of Underground Refuse Systems.
As reorganisation raises its head, APSE’s Mo Baines explores the issues that are once again back on the agenda.
York City’s Ten Year City Plan is a long-term strategy to improve the lives of everyone who lives, works and studies in the city. Cllr Keith Aspden, Leader of City of York Council, discusses placing health, well-being and climate action at the heart of the Council’s COVID recovery plans.
Rebecca Morgan, Bereavement and Business Support Officer at South Staffordshire Council, outlines her team’s approach to the thorny issue of public health funerals in the early stages of the pandemic.
Steve Wilson, Director of Collaboration and Development at Commercial Services Group (wholly owned by Kent County Council) looks at the emergence of the in-house model for Interim and Temporary staffing.
Katie Woods, Catering Development Officer at Derbyshire County Council explains how her team has maintained its high standards in service delivery throughout the pandemic.
The pioneering AceOn Group – a newly-approved official partner of APSE Energy – is to showcase cutting-edge energy technology which could play a major role in helping local authorities and housing associations to meet their climate change targets.
A new report published by APSE, researched and written by the TCPA, is calling on the Government to put public health at the heart of housing delivery; empowering local decision-makers to create healthy and high-quality places.