August 19, 2020

Technology through a crisis: what can we learn?

Technological innovations have been changing the way we work for years. From the introduction of broadband, to the adoption of cloud computing, technology has always found ways to make our working lives more efficient.
August 13, 2020

Stress in the emergency services – time to call 999?

Rushing to put out a blaze. Breaking up a nasty fight. Resuscitating an unconscious pedestrian. If you were asked which of these situations was the most stressful, you’d be hard pressed to choose between them.
August 5, 2020

Age against the machine

It’s a well-known fact that the UK’s population is ageing. The repercussions will be felt across society, but local authorities
July 22, 2020

Will COVID-19 accelerate changes to motor insurance?

The pandemic has changed sundry aspects of people’s daily lives; it could also speed up changes to driving habits and the way motor insurance works.
July 9, 2020

COVID’s long shadow for town centres

Coronavirus has hit crowded urban centres hardest, as populations living in close proximity contributed to the pandemic’s spread. London’s pandemic experience peaked early compared to most, while many other towns and cities have fared worse relative to their populace.
July 2, 2020

Test and trace scams – a COVID-19 crime update

Fraudsters will seize opportunities for crime during any crisis. COVID-19 is proving no exception, as the UK’s test and trace scheme gets underway.
June 30, 2020

Waste management and recycling

Attitudes towards waste and recycling have undergone a sea change during the past 25 years, with the issue moving from a concern among environmental groups into the consciousness of wider society.
June 17, 2020

Feeling the pinch: local authorities face a revenue shortfall

COVID-19 has reduced local authority revenues while increasing the financial strain On recent sunny weekends Bath’s famous Roman pools and saunas would expect to enjoy a boost in visitors.
May 25, 2020

Urban daredevils

Parkour, a word derived from the French parcours, which means “route”, is a discipline rapidly growing in popularity across cities worldwide.