London’s connected future - the rise of the smart borough

Whilst the private technology sector booms, what about London’s public services? Sean Price explores

Energy efficiency: where do we stand?

Jim Clark examines the progress made in the last few years in improving the efficiency of buildings in the UK

Shared ambitions lead to shared success

Paul Bradbury explains how local government organisations are collaborating to find a smarter way of working using technology

Local authority planning: Unravelling the ties that bind

The private sector needs to better appreciate the current parlous state of local authority planning, writes Sam Dewar

The avenues of opportunity available at your library

You hear library and you instantly think cuts and closures. But there are plenty of examples of where innovation and investment are making a difference

Changing the relationship between the public sector and the cloud

Catherine Kiaie looks at the adoption of the cloud in the public sector and concern over losing control of sensitive data

Smart cities: embracing continuous change

Stuart Patrick details what is happening in Glasgow and how smart digital technologies will impact city centre experience

Fire Safety and contractor competence

Post-Grenfell report, BAFE explain why checking contractor competence is an important step to help reduce risk within a building

Every government cloud has a silver lining

A total of 3,505 suppliers have been awarded places on the new G-Cloud 10 framework, with more than 90 per cent of them SMEs

The changing landscape of risk management

Victoria Robinson looks at the ways that risk management is changing and how the public sector needs to adapt to those changes

Easing the shift to digital services

Nick Ford discusses the barriers to digital transformation in public sector and explaining how Knowsley Council has overcome these

Re-imagining local public service delivery

techUK's Georgina Maratheftis says that it is an exciting time in local government digital transformation

Why walking is the way to go

Living Streets’ Kathryn Shaw discusses why walking should be prioritised in local communities

Local authority waste infrastructure

There is a basic issue about what is and isn’t recyclable. Lee Marshall explores current sorting infrastructure and reprocessing capacity in the UK

A local government perspective

Discussing the latest issues affecting local government, Cllr Judith Blake discusses contingency planning for winter weather

Local authorities can set the standard for the electric revolution

Poppy Welch looks at the role of local authorities in setting a green driving agenda and the schemes available to councils across England

A county council perspective

Discussing the latest issues affecting local government, Cllr Philip Atkins addresses the housing affordability crisis

Creative responses to water stress needed now

As the threat of drought becomes a reality in the UK, Claire Hoolohan considers how we might change the way society uses water

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