Opinion

Important Information for Local Authorities - £421m Household Support Fund

10/08/2022

C Supplies Ltd works in partnership with over 70 national charities, credit unions and major energy companies in helping needy householders.

Better policy required to link senior housing and social care demands

10/08/2022

Roger Black outlines how local authorities could help tackle the undersupply in age-appropriate housing.

Delivering social change through early payment

09/08/2022

Anthony Persse, CEO, Optimum Finance & Saltare, looks at how local authorities can help deliver societal change through the early payment of suppliers.

Updates to the regulations on lifts

02/08/2022

Nick Mellor, MD of LEIA (Lift & Escalator Industry Association) and LIFTEX 2022, has outlined the most recent updates to the regulations on lifts.

Regenerating public realm for climate change

29/07/2022

The regeneration of White Hart Lane in Tottenham, London has shown has permeable paving and street trees should can help address climate change while delivering SuDS. Chris Hodson reports.

It’s time to take climate adaptation seriously

28/07/2022

It is no longer enough for councils to focus solely on net zero for their climate emergency plans, says Jo Wall. Adaptation should be key, embedded by whole-systems thinking.

Citizen 4.0 - The future of local public services

27/07/2022

Matt Culpin explains how local authorities can use big data to predict demand for public services.

Boldly going where Birmingham has never gone before

21/07/2022

Cllr Ian Ward, leader of Birmingham City Council, explains the integral role of the local authority in delivering the upcoming Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.

Partners come together to make sure nobody is left behind in the digital world

20/07/2022

Cllr Glynis Phillips explains how councils and partners in Oxfordshire have been supporting significant parts of the population who’ve been left behind in the digital revolution.

How councils can reduce their digital carbon footprint

18/07/2022

Simon Wissink outlines how local authorities can align their digital sustainability credentials with existing physical sustainability philosophy.

Why councils must not relax data protection standards

12/07/2022

Rob Batters warns councils should not relax data protection standards in response to the ICO's new strategy.

The importance of roadside maintenance for traffic sign visibility

11/07/2022

Danny Adamson discusses the importance of signage visibility and the factors that should be considered.

Local government needs to measure for citizen and employee experience

27/06/2022

Christina Butterfield outlines how citizens and employees can be engaged and have positive and streamlined experiences.

Skate parks are not the only fruit

21/06/2022

On Go Skateboarding Day, Susannah Walker asks councils and their leisure and park departments to think differently about what facilities they provide for teenagers.

Improving digital accessibility

13/06/2022

Mark McCallum warns hundreds of documents on council websites still do not meet the UK regulations and globally-recognised accessibility standards.

Digital transformation - managing the barriers to change

08/06/2022

Campbell Harte explores how councils can overcome the cultural and technical challenges of digital transformation.

Creating a Green Infrastructure Masterplan

07/06/2022

William Eichler finds out how a new toolkit is helping local decision makers transform Birmingham city centre into a greener, safer and healthier place to live.

Activating our high streets by rethinking housing models and embracing co-living

06/06/2022

Simon Bird argues that by finding different ways to live and activate spaces, we can create new communities and boost the vitality of our urban economies.

A Service Provider Perspective, Who Cares for the Carers, and the impact of the cost-of-living crisis

31/05/2022

Teresa Jenning explains why carers need increased support to sustain their own health and wellbeing as they carry on trying to fulfil their challenging role.

Newport City Council digitally transforms with TechnologyOne SaaS solution to enhance internal operations

26/05/2022

Newport City Council is transitioning its finance systems to enterprise Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider TechnologyOne to help deliver a more connected experience for its user base of over 500 employees and wider supplier community.

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Support from Effective Energy Group for Local Authorities to Deliver £430m Sustainable Warmth Funded Energy Efficiency Projects

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