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2021

December/January APSE Direct
December/January APSE Direct

Reporting back from the Performance Networks Seminar 2021, page 9

Councils the most trusted to provide and deliver services in people’s local area, the latest Survation poll for APSE, page 7

Announcing the winners of the APSE Performance Networks Awards 202, page 13

October/November APSE Direct
October/November APSE Direct

Securing the future of public sport and lesiure, LGA, CLOA and APSE's new report, Page 7

Annual Seminar report back, Highlights from Birmingham, Page 10

The winners of the APSE Annual Service Awards 2021, Page 15

APSE Direct - Special ALGC2030 Edition
APSE Direct - Special ALGC2030 Edition

Following the launch of the APSE Local government Commission 2030 final report 'local by default' on 22 July in Manchester, we bring you this special edition of APSE Direct. This magazine provides a summary of the report - the practical and pragmatic responses local government services can use to manage the post-COVID recovery, climate change and rebuilding communities and local economies - via articles from our Commission Chair, Commissioners and Commission Executive.

June/July APSE Direct
June/July APSE Direct

Using place-making to drive the green recovery, APSE and the TCPA, page 5

Tackling inequalities: The Salford Way, Mayor Paul Dennett, Page 8

Cornwall Council's Pop-Up Project, Kay Roberts, page 10

April / May APSE Direct
April / May APSE Direct

Creating a future for Wokingham town centre, Wokingham Borough Council, page 5

Over and out: How should councils be managing the end of PFI contracts?, Mo Baines, page 18

Paving the way in best practice, Wigan Council, page 25

January / February APSE Direct
January / February APSE Direct

The East Riding: A tour de force - East Riding of Yorkshire Council, page 6

An economic fightback plan: Innovating to respond to demand in times of crisis - Mid and East Antrim Borough Council, page 11

“I will miss the people. I already do.” Fiona Lees, Outgoing Chief Executive East Ayrshire Council, page 32

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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