APSE is delighted to have played its part in new industry guidance produced in collaboration with CPF, the LGA, National Lottery Heritage Lottery Fund, the Parks Action Group, the National Trust and industry experts.
In order to follow the UK Governments roadmap response to the COVID-19 crisis, effective disinfection of public service sites such as schools, leisure facilities, medical buildings, libraries, and housing is required and essential.
Brendan Murphy, Chief Executive at Egbert Taylor
APSE Solutions is supporting Liverpool City Council to create a procurement framework for the supply of Underground Refuse Systems to UK local authorities. Suppliers expressing an interest will be invited to participate in an online supplier event planned for 3 June.
A new report published by APSE sets out the steps that UK councils need to consider in translating climate emergency declarations into positive actions to address climate change.
As councils have become increasingly reliant on sources of additional income to support revenue budgets Mo Baines, APSE’s Head of Communications, explores what the future may hold for council commercial strategies.
A second COVID-19 Parks Resilience Survey, conducted by APSE with the Midlands Parks Forum, has revealed the vast majority of parks remain open for public use.
Could the impact of COVID-19 on local authority finance be the straw that finally breaks the camel’s back for many frontline services already emaciated over the past decade by austerity? APSE Chief Executive Paul O’Brien urges the Government to fully support the services that have been fundamental to local public health and mental wellbeing.
APSE has released the result of its COVID-19 Refuse Resilience Survey
Cheshire West and Chester Council will be the first council in the country to use two new zero emissions street-cleansing machines to spray disinfectant on streets in the borough.