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The Scottish Government has announced that more than £9 million will be made available over the next three years to support social care.

Council tax will be frozen across all of Scotland after Argyll & Bute became the final council to accept Scottish Government funding to keep ra

Crown Commercial Service has announced that it has saved over £3.8 billion of taxpayer money over the last year, as the organisation celebrat

The Environment Agency (EA) has set out what it is doing to reduce methane emissions in England in a new Methane Action Plan for 2024 to 2026.

Hundreds of new electric vehicle (EV) charging points are set to be installed across Swindon.

An electric bus route between Carmarthen and Aberystwyth has seen a 65 per cent increase in passengers this year.

The Local Government Association (LGA) has launched its Sector Support programme for  2024/25.

A partnership between the Scottish Government and the Scottish Football association is supporting low-income families with before-school, after-sch

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Professor Harith Alani, director of the Knowledge Management Institute at the Open University explains how AI can be used for good and bad.

Alex Lawrence, head of health & social care, techUK sets out techUK’s Five Point Plan for CareTech.

Richard Broad, projects & communications manager, Good Homes Alliance explains how the construction industry can contribute to net zero.

James Berry from the Property Care Association (PCA) looks at causes of damp and mould, as well as explaining why tenant lifestyle should not automatically take the blame.

The Business Sprinkler Alliance (BSA) explain some of the key benefits of sprinkler and why maintenance is a must.

Fly tipping, the illegal dumping of waste, can present serious environmental, health, and aesthetic challenges for local authorities and communities. Government Business takes a look at strategies local authorities can implement to prevent fly tipping.


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UKREiiF has quickly become a must-attend in the industry calendar for Government departments and local authorities.

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UKREiiF has quickly become a must-attend in the industry calendar for Government departments and local authorities.

The multi-award-winning UK Construction Week (UKCW), is the UK’s biggest trade event for the built environment that connects the whole supply chain to be the catalyst for growth and positive change in the industry.