'Take ten' interviews

Ten questions to help you get to know the Capita Local Government team

From childhood ambitions to his role today, meet Jonathan Prew, Head of Capita Local Government.

Bringing private sector pace, discipline and commercial thinking to the delivery of public services, meet Paul Abraham, who oversees our partnership with Sheffield City Council.

From his passion in local government to his former Marc Bolan hairstyle meet Mark Chapman our Business Services Director for Capita Local Government

Meet our new account director Katie Wright, learn about her first impressions of Capita and her interesting childhood ambitions

Learn how dreams of being a lorry driver and later a horse riding instructor grew into some impressive career development in our technical service business

With almost 20 year with Capita local government find out what makes Zeb our Contract Director tick.

Bringing their experience as former headteachers, Alistair Shaw and Nicki Bell from Entrust have co-created and designed a new solution to improve leadership effectiveness in schools.

Take ten with Karen Cassar, Asset Management Technical Director for Capita Local Government

Ten questions to help you get to know the Capita Local Government team

Ten questions to help you get to know one of our new team members at our joint venture with Barnet Council Re (Regional enterprise)

The Keep Warm and Well project in Barnet

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Very helpful, friendly and polite, very useful energy saving literature

Barnet resident

Property adaptions for people with disabilities in Barnet

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Our customer centric, holistic approach achieves very high levels of customer satisfaction. Now 94% of customers say they are very satisfied with the service they have experienced.

Property adaptations in Barnet

Blue Badge Application Service

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The average customer journey time, between making first point of contact to receiving their Blue Badge, has now dropped from 30 days to 19 days. This number of days is dropping consistently every month.