Digitising bulk waste collections

This project, led by North Tyneside Council, will conduct an investigation into the use of machine learning to assess the variables of bulk waste collection. The objective is to develop […]

Better value technology for housing services

This discovery project, led by Hackney London Borough Council, will explore how current housing technology products and procurement processes are stifling innovation and reducing flexibility to policy changes, ultimately preventing […]

User journeys into adult social care (ASC)

Councils are facing a huge demand for adult care services (ASC) due to an ageing population and changes to the Care Act.  Led by the London Borough of Redbridge, this […]

Improving social care hospital discharges

Stockport’s Intermediate Care system identified a number of challenges in delivering its Discharge to Assess model, as their integrated partnership causes issues with the sharing and availability of quality data.  […]

Improving Local Authority Building Control Services

This project will look into developing and streamlining specialised building control software, so that a quicker, more cost-efficient service can be delivered to householders, tradespeople and developers.  Led by the […]

Delivering an infrastructure mapping platform

The Kent and Medway Infrastructure Mapping Platform (IMP) will be a digital tool consolidating and publishing key local infrastructure data. It will be used to coordinate the planning and delivery […]

Prototyping a digital taxi licensing service

Taxi drivers and companies require a licence to operate. To acquire and retain their licences they need to know what information to provide and when, to ensure the licences they […]

Digital smart flood warning system

Surface water flooding is a growing problem across West Yorkshire, disrupting residents and businesses, causing damage, costs and safety risks. The current flood response is reactive rather than proactive and […]

Investigating a digital support hub for carers

Estimates suggest that approximately 6% of the population are unpaid carers, equating to around 110,000 people across South East London. Unpaid carers describe the profession as “being plunged into a […]