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.
APSE is pleased to announce the finalists in this year’s Performance Networks Best and Most Improved Performer Awards.
Mo Baines, APSE’s Head of Communication and Coordination explores the issues surrounding the end of PFI schemes, and what local councils need to look out for when managing the exit from PFI contracts. Not a new issue…
As our Electric Vehicle Charge Point Supply Partner, APSE Energy members will benefit enormously from ABB’s 130-year history of excellence and globe-spanning expertise.
On behalf of our member local councils APSE National Chair, Cllr Mark Pengelly, offers his most sincere condolences to Her Majesty the Queen and the Royal Family at this sad time.
As the preparations get under way for COP26, Pete Ritchie, Executive Director at Nourish Scotland, sheds light on the tools that can be harnessed at a local level to create more equitable food systems.
In 2010 WBC adopted a Masterplan for Wokingham town centre, designed to help revitalise the town centre, bring back footfall and deliver much needed community facilities for all. Having scooped Best Housing, Regeneration or New Build Initiative at the APSE Service Awards 2020, we take a closer look at the wide range of benefits the regeneration is delivering to the Wokingham businesses and communities.
The Deal is very much real for Wigan’s highways. Having scooped both the Best Service Team in Highways Maintenance at the APSE Service Awards as well as the APSE Highways Innovation Award in 2020, we take a closer look at the secrets to success for this serial winner.
Armagh’s largest building conservation project begins as work starts on 6 & 10 Barrack Street.