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LOCAL AUTHORITY FORUM FEATURES


By Yvonne Wilson Specifier and Client Relations Manager


H ousing


associations, universities and NHS estates are all being invited


to share their knowledge as SELECT expands the remit and membership of its influential Local Authority Forum.


The expansion – which will help the Forum deliver its collective expertise and experience to an even wider audience – is reflected in dynamic new branding and a new name, with the collective being retitled the Local Authority & Client Forum. As the industry moves to a future based on electricity, the revamped Forum will now continue to foster and encourage a unique support network with even more professionals, sharing electrical best practice and identifying key areas of concern.


The expansion will also help drive improvements in service delivery mechanisms and the effectiveness of operatives through a consistent approach to working and


22 CABLEtalk AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2021


Working together for change


SELECT has significantly widened its influence among key stakeholders by expanding the Local Authority Forum, with a new name and logo to reflect the range of organisations now being invited to take part


the standardisation of documentation across all Forum members. Alan Wilson, Managing Director of SELECT, said: “We have played a leading role in the Forum since it was established in 2007, allowing councils and housing associations across


Scotland to come together to share experience, develop ideas and resolve common issues.


“The expansion of the


Forum to now include non-local authority members will leverage the combined skills of its participants to promote


a shared approach to maintaining excellence in electrical standards. “This is another


encouraging sign that the electrical industry in Scotland is emerging stronger and more focused from the pandemic, and demonstrates our ongoing commitment to


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