APSE is delighted to announce Defra’s newly published “litter dashboard” will be using data collected from APSE’s performance networks service.
As one of the most popular Disclosure and Barring Services in Wales, we spoke to Nicola Williams, Business Services Programme Delivery Manager at Powys County Council, about what is driving the success of Powys’ DBS.
Congratulations and a warm welcome to Nexus Vehicle Rental, who have now been confirmed as APSE Approved Partners.
Gary Murphy, General Manager of Lismore City Council in Australia, recently visited England to see how councils are weathering the austerity storm, and whether any lessons learnt could be applied to local government in Australia.
Derby City Council launched a new energy brand called ‘RAM Energy’ on 6 October 2017. In the first 9 days of trading, over 100 households switched to RAM Energy.
What impact will Carillion's liquidation have on local government? Read APSE's response to Carillion's collapse to find out.
Swansea Council launched its 48-hour pothole repair pledge in August 2016 as a response to residents who said something needed to be done about pothole problems.
Read APSE's reponse to the government's 25 Year Environment Plan.
We spoke to Elizabeth Bohun at Oxford City Council about their major trial of on-street electric car chargers.