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Applied Resilience gives £6,000 to Borough Councils

Applied Resilience gives £6,000 to Borough Councils

Tuesday 27th November 2018
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As part of our commitment to delivering a positive social impact, Applied Resilience has issued a dividend to its shareholders, including £6,000 to Spelthorne and Runnymede Borough Councils.

The Councils have decided to re-invest these funds into emergency planning and business continuity functions, including with the purchase of new rest centre supplies and emergency communication equipment.

Nick Moon said "5 years ago we were faced with the challenge of delivering a more resilient service, while managing substantial cuts to local government funding. The Council's made the brave decision to launch the first Public Service Mutual in the country to offer resilience services. Through this model, we now work with numerous partners in the public and private sector. All our profits go back to staff and our council shareholders. We can now offer a vastly improved service, with the strength of a team while at the cost of a post or less. At the same time, we are helping generate revenue that can be put back into local services and support."