Summer is well and truly here, but there are still several weeks left if you want to plan any last-minute events

Rebecca Morris, head of communications at RoadPeace, the national charity for road crash victims explains some of the dangers faced by walkers, wheelers and cyclists and how to address these

Public buildings such as libraries, leisure centres and community centres are struggling with their energy costs. However, many of these provide a lifeline for those that are struggling with energy costs at home. How can these places save energy, be more energy efficient and stay open for those that need them?

The Health and Safety Executive tells us about their ongoing asbestos campaign

The FIA looks into the introduction of the Building Safety Act 2022, and specifically Section 156 and what this means for Responsible Persons

The Property Care Association discuss how to introduce a successful strategy to deal with dampness and mould in social housing

The discovery of Hemlock, a poisonous plant, on an overgrown path near a primary school in Suffolk has brought the issue to public attention

Summer is here and that means more people are using our green spaces, how can we make sure that they are at their best for all those visiting?

You might have noticed that some suppliers on Crown Commercial Service frameworks now have a carbon reduction plan. But what is it and how does it work?

Public sector recruitment is not easy, but Crown Commercial Service’s Non-Clinical Staffing framework is here to help

The Digital Government Conference is coming to Manchester in September

Clive Jones, head of revenues and benefits for Buckinghamshire Council describes his experience of merging five councils into one unitary authority and shares some of his key learnings

In recent years, customer service has been abuzz over the AI revolution and what it means for contact centres. Will chatbots spell the end of human agents? This was more hype than reality, but there has indeed been a revolution and its mascot is ChatGPT

Local authorities play a vital role in the governance and development of all our lives and society, and one important aspect of their responsibilities is the collection of money, writes Stephen Kiely

Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment recycling (WEEE) is a specialist part of the waste and recycling system

What is zero waste to landfill and how can it be achieved?

In January, the government announced £30 million to fund innovative projects to decarbonise roads

Crown Commercial Service’s (CCS) Purchase of Standard and Specialist Vehicles framework enables central government and the wider public sector to buy standard, converted and specialist vehicles


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