The development of new and smart technologies to improve urban living continues apace. This briefing is on the developments in the City of Helsingborg and in preparations for a City Expo in 2022 to showcase what has been achieved.
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Libraries’ Divine Illumination Project: Chambers Ireland Commemorations & Centenaries award winner
Cork City Council’s Social distancing park ranger programme: winner of the Chambers Ireland Community Engagement award
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Zoning access: a reflection on the relationship between accessibility and land use management in South Africa
This briefing explores the relationship between access to social and economic opportunities and land use management practices in South Africa, drawing on present-day examples that illustrate conflicts between land use and access.
Why is good data important to the public sector? Simon Roberts and Nick Cassidy, from the Data and Intelligence team at the Improvement Service, talk us through the benefits and challenges of sharpening up data collection processes to be able to harness intelligence more effectively for decision-making.
Suir Blueway Tipperary is Tipperary County Council’s newest visitor experience project, developed in collaboration with multiple stakeholders, local communities and businesses. Refurbishing 21km of the towpath saw usage numbers increased six-fold, winning them an award at the 2020 Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government Awards.