Local Government Pension Schemes should be divested from fossil fuels within five years, Unison has argued today.
Homelessness cases in England have rocketed by 48% and the number of families living in temporary accommodation is up 61%, according to the latest government figures.
Investing in a new bank
Danny Mathers and Mike O'Connor explain why Warrington Borough Council made the decision to invest in the new Redwood Bank.
The government’s cap on benefits lone parents with children under two can receive has been dismissed by a high court judge as unlawful and discriminatory.
Proposals aimed at ending a long-running dispute with teaching assistants in Durham could mean more than three quarters of the staff being given a pay rise.
A court ruled yesterday the Government’s attempt to prevent councils boycotting Israel through their pension schemes is ‘unlawful’.
Around three quarters of councils believe their systems for storing and analysing data will be ‘unfit for purpose’ within two years, according to a new poll.
Home care providers have written to prime minister Theresa May demanding changes to support their sector, including ensuring that councils’ ‘market-shaping obligations’ are enforced.
Innovative, high performance External Wall Insulation (EWI) by Saint-Gobain Weber has been specified for a proportion of homes in the extensive property upgrade programme being carried out by Stevenage Borough Council in Hertfordshire.
Viessmann is introducing a new compact commercial boiler, the Vitocrossal 100, for buildings such as offices and schools where plant room space is limited.
The Jensen wood chipper range is now being distributed exclusively by T H WHITE Machinery Imports throughout the UK.