Following a long consultation process, the Mayor of London Boris Johnson has confirmed the introduction of the world's first Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) which will launch in Central London in September 2020.
A share of £275 million to help improve road maintenance and local infrastructure projects will be collected by 28 councils across the country.
The voluntary and community sector (VCS) grants, as announced by the Department for Education, will for the first time fund mental health services as an individual component in its £25 million funding injection.
Following George Osborne's Budget announcement, the National Outsourcing Association (NOA) has shared its approval of the decision to remove VAT charges for private sector bidders on many public contracts.
Fuel duty has been frozen in the chancellor’s pre-election budget as September’s planned increase has been scrapped.
The National Minimum Wage is set to increase by three per cent this October, marking the largest real-terms increase in the minims wage for seven years.
A survey undertaken by Manpower Employment Outlook has revealed a surprising leap in public sector job optimism, with public sector hiring set to outpace the private sector.
Nigel Clifford has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the Ordnance Survey (OS).
A new think tank report sponsored by Lloyds Banking Group recommends that Local Enterprise Partnerships should have as much as £12bn annual funding over the next parliament.
Greater Manchester will begin taking control of its health budget from April after a devolution agreement was reached.
It has emerged that rising income tax receipts ensured Britain enjoyed the biggest boost to its public finances since 2008 in January.
The Innovate UK's Energy Catalyst will see over 40 new technologies gain funding to help tackle a variety of energy issues.
A government review has found the UK is at the forefront of developing driverless car technology
In the run up to the 2015 election almost £10 million will be given to local authorities and to national activity to boost the number of people registering to vote around the country.
An analysis by CIPFA has found councils face a six per cent cut in spending power next year.
A report by the Prime Minister's Enterprise Advisor Lord Young outlines a set of new reforms that will give smaller companies more opportunities to win government contracts.