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2020

20-55 Scotland's Route Map through and out of the crisis
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20-54 COVID-19 Public convenience survey findings
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20-53 Preparing for the wider opening of schools from 1 June - Planning guide for primary schools
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20-52 COVID 19 Safer Public Places - Urban Centres and Green Spaces
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20-51 COVID-19 Cemetery and Crematoria Resilience Survey
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20-50 Sport England COVID-19 funding support for Local Authority Leisure
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20-49 Second APSE Parks Resilience Survey May 2020
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20-48 COVID 19 Guidance on working safely in peoples homes
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20-47 COVID 19 New Guidance for Operators and those working in or from a Vehicle
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20-46 COVID 19 Guidance on working safely in offices and contact centres
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20-45 Chewing Gum
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20-44 COVID Non-Statutory Guidance on HWRCs
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20-43 Staff Suggestion Schemes
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20-42 ALARM survey 2020
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20-41 - Building a safer future - proposals for reform of the building safety regulatory system
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20-40 Application of the Building Regulations during the coronavirus (COVID-19)
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20-39 COVID-19 Parks and Geenspace survey April 2020
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20-38 COVID -19 Remote meetings for local authorities
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20-37 COVID 19 Local Government Finance New Annoucements
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20-36 Cemeteries and Crematoria - State of the Market 2020
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20-35 Managing allergen requests
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20-34 COVID-19 HSE guidance for landlords
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20-33 COVID 19 and Commercial Income Losses
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20-32 COVID-19 Parks and Geenspace survey April 2020
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20-31 5G Opportunities for Local Authorities
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20-30 Drivers Handbooks
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20-29 COVID-19 NHS inform communications toolkit
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20-28 COVID-19 HSE Updates
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20-27 COVID-19 Scottish guidance for social landlords
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20-26 Public Health England's new guidance to ensure funerals are conducted safely
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20-25 COVID-19 Free school meals guidance for schools - National voucher scheme
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20-24 State of the Market 2020 - Local Authority Catering Sevices
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20-23 COVID-19 - Guidance for food businesses
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20-22 COVID-19 Cleaning in non-healthcare settings
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20-21 The changing guidance for greenspaces and allotments in light of the impacts of COVID-19
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20-20 Transport and Fleet Maintenance responses to COVID-19
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20-19 Highways Maintenance responses to COVID-19
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20-18 COVID-19 Scotland key worker guidance regarding schools and ELC closures
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20-17 COVID-19 Stay at home guidance
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20-16 Local authority responses to COVID-19 in relation to building maintenance and housing services
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20-15 Local authority responses to COVID-19 in relation to catering service
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20-14 Parks and Grounds Maintenance services responses to COVID-19
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20-13 Local authority responses to COVID-19 in relation to cemeteries and crematoria services
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20 -12 COVID-19: Key Worker Guidance
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20-11(a) COVID-19 Leisure Facility Guidance
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20 -11 Local authority responses to COVID-19 in relation to Waste services and street cleansing services
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20 -10 COVID-19 Free School Meals guidance for School
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20-09 Street cleansing trend analysis 2018/19
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20-08 State of the Market 2020 - Street Cleansing
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20-07 Alcohol, drug and substance misuse policies - why you should introduce one and what is should include
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20-06 Local authority new build programmes and lifting the HRA borrowing caps - What is the potential and what are the constraints?
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20-05 Street Lighting Trend Analysis 2018-19
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20-04 Highways Trend Analysis 2018-19
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20-03 Sports and Leisure Trend Analysis 2018-19
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20-02 Transport: Trend analysis 2018/19
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20-01 Ash Dieback Guidance - Information for Tree Owners, Managers, Contractors and Consultants - Arboricultural Association 2019
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Promoting excellence in public services

APSE (Association for Public Service Excellence) is a not for profit unincorporated association working with over 300 councils throughout the UK. Promoting excellence in public services, APSE is the foremost specialist in local authority frontline services, hosting a network for frontline service providers in areas such as waste and refuse collection, parks and environmental services, cemeteries and crematorium, environmental health, leisure, school meals, cleaning, housing and building maintenance.

 

 

 

 

 

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