APSE has set up a COVID-19 Information Hub to deal with frontline service issues as they arise; ensuring greater resilience and learning between each other during this difficult time.
A new public opinion poll, conducted by leading polling company Survation for APSE, has reinforced support for councils, councillors and council workers who have responded to Covid-19.
APSE's response to the Spending Review.
Go Plant Fleet Services have a number of Minibuses, many with wheelchair lifts, which may suit educational transport or for use by any charities or community groups supported by councils.
These awards recognise the very best in local government frontline services across the UK and following a rigorous round of judging the finalist councils have now been announced.
A ground-breaking new green energy system – which can generate extra revenue for local authorities and help them meet their climate change targets – has been launched by the pioneering AceOn group.
With the demand for tree planting growing as a result of climate change, John Tucker, Director of Woodland Outreach at The Woodland Trust, outlines the key steps local authorities ought to take if they are to deliver successful planting project.
Ambitious plans are being advanced by Shetland Islands Council for the transition to clean sources of alternative fuel production. Douglas Irvine, Executive Manager, Economic Development, discusses the far-reaching plans for renewable energy in Shetland.
Susan Parkinson and Mark Cleaver of Monmouthshire Council discuss the reasons behind the Council’s anti-litter campaign, and process of developing it.
Stephen Boyd, Commercial Director at Boyd Brothers, APSE’s EV Infrastructure Installation partner shares his thoughts on today’s announcement bringing forward the ban on the sale of petrol and diesel vehicles across the UK to 2030.