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We have an enviable rapport with our audience built on mutual trust, respect and authenticity over the last 21 years which has given the journalists behind our content unfettered access to the most senior leaders responsible for building, shaping and delivering the future of public sector strategy.

For our audience, we deliver unique, engaging, and trustworthy content that helps leaders of the industry share best practices, and drive innovation and the collaboration needed to continuously meet the ever-changing demands of the public sector and the communities it serves.

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Meet the Editorial Board:

 

 

 

Alison Pritchard Prof Joe Howe

Dan Jarvis

Carolyn Wilkins

Martin Ferguson

Marvin Rees

Bob Kerslake

Althea Loderick

Farrah Hussain

Graeme Mcdonald

Peter John

Simon Edwards

Stephen Bahooshy

 

 

Creating a Legacy in Liverpool

PSE April/May 22

Creating a Legacy in Liverpool

Our April/May 2022 edition of PSE brings you expert comment and analysis on a range of key public sector topics, from finance and investment to environment and decarbonisation. Learn how the public sector can develop renewable energy projects, or read Mayor of Liverpool., Joanne Anderson’s plans to create a social value legacy in the city, alongside so much more…

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PSE365: Public Sector Decarbonisation Virtual Event

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PSE365: Public Sector Decarbonisation Virtual Event | 17 March 2022

PSE has created a full calendar of events to address the most important issues that influence the delivery of public sector services. 

Over 365 days you’ll have the opportunity to hear from a range of highly motivating, informative and inspirational speakers. These speakers will equip you with knowledge and unique insight to enable you to overcome the challenges that you face.

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Keep communities at the heart of planning

Chris Borg, NALC policy manager

Chris Borg discusses the Planning for the Future white paper and explains the importance of residents and local councils having a say when it comes to planning

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