Mandy Bretherton, treasury management expert at the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy, advises on investment strategy in the wake of the collapse of the Icelandic banks

The National Insulation Association and the Solid Wall Insulation Guarantee Agency are setting out a robust delivery plan to insulate the UK’s solid wall housing stock

As London celebrates winning the C&IT Best Conference Destination for the fourth year in a row, we look at why the UK’s capital has the best ingredients to make any conference a huge success

The new energy management systems standard EN 16001 can help public sector organisations identify and reduce their carbon footprint, says Victoria Barron, environment product marketing manager, BSI

Bath, Bournemouth and Bristol are three destinations on the South West coast that offer a unique collection of conference and event venues, excellent dining options, and idyllic scenery

For organisations with a number of sites, or those that are part of a larger group, a consistent approach to energy management will streamline reporting and evaluation, argues ESTA's Alan Aldridge

Gilles Coccoli of PrePay Solutions looks at the potential efficiency gains of using prepaid cards in public sector organisations

Brighton and Eastbourne are premier destinations for conferences and events. They are close to London and offer delegates an excellent dose of business and pleasure

The government has overturned laws banning councils from selling renewable electricity, spurring a local power revolution and bringing extra income to local areas

As well as being surrounded by breathtaking countryside, Kent offers a selection of remarkable conference and event venues in both new and traditional settings

Credit Today’s Public Sector Credit Conference offers an unparalleled opportunity for public sector professionals and credit industry representatives to gain insight into how both sectors can work together successfully

Find out how the public sector can get to grips with saving money without letting staff engagement suffer at Employee Benefits Live exhibition and conference

The next major revision to Part L of the building regulations will set a challenging further 25 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions above current targets

Britain has the oldest housing stock in the developed world with 8.5 million properties over 60 years old. Most of these are energy inefficient and many are in a poor state of repair, writes BRE

With the government’s proposed public sector budget cuts in people’s minds, it is vital that security is not ignored to save money, writes the BSIA's James Kelly

A successful strategy for recovering government debt will require an effective coalition with the private sector, writes Peter Wordsworth, chief executive, Fairfax Solicitors

As government spending cuts are expected to decrease the number of events the government holds, the Meetings Industry Association is helping the meetings and events industry achieve ongoing stability

The public sector faces a potential loss of 120,000 jobs as a result of the budget. But how do public sector employers keep staff motivated and engaged amid so much uncertainty?