We all have an instrumental role not simply to inform but to engage so we create genuine economic and social prosperity, writes Professor Kiran Trehan of the University of York.
Calls are mounting for a review into the specifics of the scheme, which threaten to further isolate the most financially vulnerable.
Why even after the events of the past few months, planning departments are still struggling to go paperless, writes Paul Beaney, customer success director at DEF Software.
Air pollution and occupant health the key focus for ASBP Healthy Buildings Conference, 24th February
Jack Perschke, partner at IT services provider Netcompany, discusses the challenges that governments are facing and the need to improve the efficiency of grants administration.
A shocking one in 10 rough sleepers in London are now under 25 - an increase of 48% since last year, writes Katie Willy.
Pippa Neill, reporter on our sister title Air Quality News, presents exclusive data highlighting the connection between air pollution and deprivation.
We are at a crossroads economically, socially and environmentally, and Brexit is just one part of that complex system, writes Paul Frainer, a director at the Institute of Economic Development.
CitizenLab CEO and co-founder Wietse Van Ransbeeck comments on the encouraging signs that ‘civic tech’ could be the answer to increased participation and trust in local politics.
John Jervis, sales and marketing director at IEG4, explains that whatever the future looks like, councils will need to adopt a culture of ongoing iteration and digital groundwork.