Could some surveillance help crime deterrence?

Is a total moratorium on CCTV facial recognition a necessary measure? When used responsibly and properly, perhaps not says the BSIA

What sort of built environment do we want for the future?

Regarding fire safety, it’s important that we ask the question: what sort of built environment do we want in the future?

Making steps to zero carbon

Simon Storer discusses the role of PIR and PUR insulation in reducing carbon emissions and the steps towards a zero carbon industry

Every action counts in Leeds’ sustainability push

Judith Blake discusses how climate change will factor into all aspects of decision-making at Leeds City Council

Making cycling accessible for all

Rachel White discusses the socio-economic gap in urban cycling, as well as cities’ actions to reduce car use and traffic emissions

How the public sector can deliver ROI through technology

David Morton highlights three approaches public sector organisations can use to maximise the return on technology investment

The importance of reviewing risk culture

Victoria Robinson discusses the importance of reviewing risk culture in an organisation’s ongoing work

Resilience in local authorities

Rob Whiteman discusses why it is important for local authorities to employ good management of their limited resources

A move away from ‘off-the-shelf’ digital services

Jos Creese, CEO of digital consultancy business CCL, looks at why digital public services means a move away from 'off-the-shelf' solutions

Making the next iteration of G-Cloud a success

With G-Could 12 around the corner, how will suppliers meet the challenges that continue to face potential customers?

Ensuring green spaces remain places of growth

What should public sector organisations be doing to ensure that their green spaces are in the best condition for the upcoming months?

A perspective on parks: Levelling up places

Rob Pearce, project manager at The Parks Alliance, explains why parks are one of the smartest investments for infrastructure spending

Why learning first aid at work is a beneficial life-skill

Emma Hammett discusses how first aid training has the ability to empower an organisation’s staff with the skills to help in an emergency

Time for a fire safety revamp, after inadequacies highlighted

Several reports have heavily criticised the London Fire Brigade in recent weeks. But what does it mean moving forward?

English DRS: Creating a genuinely circular economy

Richard McIlwain explores the impact that such a Deposit Return Scheme could make on the litter than pollutes our country

A step closer to truly accessible public sector websites

Digital inclusion for local councils is no longer an option, it’s a legal requirement, writes Hilary Stephenson

Nature – our life support system

Does prescribing contact with nature to boost mental health actually work? Dom Higgins examines the issue

Fuel poverty, it isn’t rocket science

The Energy and Utilities Alliance’s Mike Foster explains why the government and industry needs to do more to tackle the problem of fuel poverty

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