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A "vulnerable" market hall in south-west Wales has been renovated and brought back into active use. 

Camden London Borough Council has selected a charging solutions operator to assume responsibility for the ongoing operation and maintenance of 92 charge points across the borough, which were part of the Go Ultra Low City Scheme (GULCS) contract which is soon to expire.

A handful of new laws have received Royal Assent before parliament shuts down for the election.

MSPs have backed legislation giving councils a new power to introduce a visitor levy that would raise funding for local visitor facilities and services.

Brentwood Borough Council, in collaboration with Believ, has increased the number of electric vehicle (EV) charging points in the borough.

Five areas in England and Scotland have agreed the details of their Levelling Up Partnerships with the UK Government.

Hull City Council’s Cabinet has approved plans to enable the purchase of 40 electric buses following a successful bid for the government's ZEBRA2 (zero emission bus regional areas) scheme.

The Welsh government has announced the newly refurbished Cardigan Market Hall will aim to provide long term sustainability for market traders.

 GB Features

Cardiff Council is leading the way in improving air quality across the capital. What can we learn?

First announced in 2018, Project Gigabit aims to deliver gigabit-capable download speeds to households and businesses across the country, with nationwide coverage planned for 2030.

In April, the government updated the guidance on how certified digital identity service providers can become certified to complete digital identity checks for schemes like the Right to Work, Right to Rent, and DBS.

Richard Newman, OBL corporate affairs director sets out some of the key opportunities and use cases for open banking payments and data across the public sector.

Andrew Devitt, technical manager at the Property Care Association talks about how to respond to a property flooding.

Nigel Wilcock, executive director of the IED argues for more statutory powers for councils when it comes to economic development.

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