5G

Why partnerships are key to enabling inclusive growth and closing the digital divide

14/10/2021

Simon Haston explains how local authorities are turning to technology for new ways to deliver for communities.

Why partnerships are key to enabling inclusive growth and closing the digital divide

08/10/2021

Simon Haston explains how local authorities are turning to technology for new ways to deliver for communities.

£4m trial to use street furniture to boost 5G roll out

09/09/2021

Street furniture and publicly-owned buildings will host 5G radio kit as part of a two-year government trial.

Bigger phone masts under planning proposals

20/04/2021

Mobile companies will be allowed to make masts bigger in a bid to eliminate mobile signal blindspots by the Government.

Forget smart cities, smart, programmable communities are the future

01/03/2021

Rob Bullock argues that in order for smart communities to become a reality then local government needs to become citizen centric and create people-based outcomes.

Towards Net Zero

07/01/2021

Join us on 26 January to discover break-through technology supporting the UK’s green recovery

Invest in local digital champions, council chiefs say

22/12/2020

Local authority leaders have called on the Government to fund local digital champions to support the broadband roll-out.

Council apologises for 'oversight' on processing 5G mast planning applications

28/05/2020

Sheffield City Council has apologised after failing to process planning applications for three 5G masts in time.

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30/03/2020

Keiron Salt explains how digital solutions, underpinned by a 5G network, can help deliver better healthcare services while reducing the strain on the NHS.

Where are your services on the Smart City journey?

26/03/2020

With technology moving into the next era of 5G and AI, The MJ and BT recently conducted a survey into the extent that local authorities are using shared services to develop their Smart Cities and Places. Michael Burton reports

Retro-fitting councils around the 21st century

09/01/2020

The MJ and BT recently conducted a survey of local authority directors to find out how they believe 5G will affect their organisations. The conclusions formed part of the discussion at a round table debate on how the new technology will impact local public services. Martin Ford reports.

Prepare for the 5G revolution

11/10/2019

Local authorities are aware 5G is imminent and could have a dramatic effect on their frontline services according to a survey by The MJ and BT.

Councils ‘best placed’ to understand digital needs of local areas

18/09/2019

The Local Government Association says councils have a central role to play in making sure people in rural areas have access to the fastest broadband services.

Full-fibre and 5G could boost council revenue by £10,000

13/09/2019

Investing in full-fibre and 5G could increase a local authority’s revenue intake by £10,000, new research suggests.

Whitehall consults on plans to simplify planning rules for 5G roll-out

27/08/2019

The Government has launched a consultation on proposals to simplify planning rules for mobile infrastructure to support the roll-out of 5G across the country.

Ending exclusivity agreements

01/07/2019

Paul Ceely explains how council street furniture can be opened up to accelerate the roll-out of 5G.

Funding awarded to test 5G technology

12/03/2018

The winners of grants to develop communications technology have been announced in the latest stage of the government's drive to make the UK 'a world leader in 5G'.

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Social care reform: what lies ahead?

Sally Warren lays out four principles that should be at the centre of a ‘radically realistic’ White Paper on social care reform and asks if its vision will be the right one?
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Taking action on condensation and mould

Condensation and mould can be a recurring problem that social housing landlords can find difficult to deal with, but to comply with the Homes Act it is essential landlords tackle it effectively when it occurs in their properties. Tom Wodcke explains.
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