The Telford-based AceOn Group - a pioneering energy storage and battery company has signed a new partnership - has been appointed an Approved Partner by APSE Energy.
Recently appointed parks manager at Halton Borough Council, Paul Boardman rose through the ranks having first joined the authority as a gardening apprentice. We interviewed Paul about his achievement, and what it says about the value of local authority apprenticeship schemes.
A report back on the APSE policy seminar exploring the future of our high streets and town centres.
AssetWorks, a leading provider of fleet and asset management software in the United Kingdom, announced their status as an APSE Approved Partner.
A high-hazard industry, the waste sector is high on the list of priorities for the Health and Safety Executive. Zoe Betts, Legal Services Manager, and Jonathan Cowlan, Health and Safety Senior Manager at Pinsent Masons LLP, highlight the true costs of health and safety issues to local authority waste services.
As Liverpool City Council, supported by APSE Solutions, prepares to launch the UK’s first multi-supplier URS procurement framework in the autumn, this virtual briefing event is your chance to find out what the fuss is about - 14 July 2020 10.00am-1.00pm
APSE is delighted to welcome Estate Research as the newest member to our Approved Partner scheme. Established in 2001, Estate Research is a firm of International Probate Genealogists who specialise in locating missing beneficiaries and assets to estates
PlotBox, the international death care management application focussed on helping cemeteries and crematoriums operate to world class standards, announces the appointment of Andrew Clark as Chairman of the Board.
An open letter to Chancellor Rishi Sunak MP to put good quality, affordable housing at the heart of plans for social and economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis.
A quick overview of Fife Council's office standards during the COVID-19 pandemic designed for staff to follow ensuring staff returning to the workplace stay as safe as possible. More information can be found at: www.fife.gov.uk/fckeepsafe