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Queensland is starting to sit up and take notice of the benefits of a circular economy, with some remote councils and communities particularly well-placed to be part of the smart future.
With so much competition for grant funding, it’s vital that your submission contains economic analysis that is accurate, relevant and compelling. Talk to our about ensuring yours will stand out.
The steps you take today to ensure your council, its resources and personnel are protected from the winds of change will be some of the most prudent you can take. Here’s how to start your journey.
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Given Thargomindah’s long history of pioneering energy production, it’ll come as little surprise to see they’re doing it again!
Find out how Peak can helped one not-for-profit groups save on its energy costs.
Peak is yet to perfect its crystal ball offering but we have the next best thing in terms of council asset management: Simon Martin’s experience and insights into managing your ageing assets.
Waste management is a core responsibility for local governments across the globe, but you might be surprised at the diversity of ways Peak can
Landfills are a necessary part of most waste management strategies for councils throughout Queensland and across Australia.
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Council’s will find it harder than usual to manage capital works budgets in the face of changing revenue streams particularly with impacts of reduced rates or conversely additional funding as the econ
Geographically, Queensland is a massive area and that brings with it its own challenges. What works in South East Queensland, doesn’t necessarily work in the Far North, or the outback.
While Queenslanders and the rest of the world deal with the fall out of COVID-19, it is important that councils continue to provide their usual services but with an eye to the future
The QAO recently recommended to a small council that the landfill provision be revisited and resolved as appropriate.