We spoke to Richard Hayes, Chief Executive of The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE), about changes to highways management and the effect on local authorities. He will be discussing this topic in more depth at the APSE Highways, Street Lighting and Winter Maintenance seminar in March.
Kate Webster of Walker Morris LLP spoke to us about the procurement process for small contracts - make sure you're doing it right.
APSE Senior Consultant Paddy Knowles was recently invited to Lyon, France, to learn more about how underground refuse storage systems are being used and developed by other European countries.
We've recently welcomed four new faces to the APSE team. Find out more about them and their roles here.
Sally Loudon, Chief Executive of the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA), discusses the place of councillors and local authorities in our current changing political landscape. Though specific to Scotland, Sally’s message resonates with councils across the UK.
Missed out on the 2016 performance networks seminar? Here's all you need to know from our excellent speakers.
We spoke to Rich Hurst, Education Development Advisor for Durham County Council, about their School Carbon Reduction Programme and the effect it has had on the Council’s overall carbon emissions.
The Association for Public Service Excellence will be once again hosting the Annual Service Awards for all local authorities and their public sector partners across the United Kingdom.
We look at two excellent projects being carried out in London by Camden Council and the City of London Corporation, who are working to improve air pollution levels in the capital.
Neel Radia, national chair of the National Association of Care Catering (NACC), discusses the findings of new research into Meals on Wheels provision. It highlights a worrying trend for this service, but also shows ways for local councils to continue to provide Meals on Wheels without breaking the bank.