Bristol City Council must make £52m of savings: make your voice heard and respond to the proposals

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9 November, 2017
 
Bristol City Council (BCC) has published ‘Tough Times, High Hopes’ – its Corporate Strategy and budget consultation for 2018 – 19. In it, BCC is proposing savings to address its £108m budget gap for the next 5 years, and it is asking Bristolians to give their feedback.
 
The ‘Tough Times, High Hopes’ consultation includes draft proposals which outline ways to make the £52m of savings required next year (2018/19). Through it people are able to give their feedback on these, as well as Council Tax and Adult Social Care levy proposals. However, it is not all about cuts – the council is proposing ways to increase its income too. 
 
 
How can you get involved?
 
 
 
Take part in the consultation survey – and encourage others to do so.

Have a go on the budget simulator

Promote the consultation by mentioning it in your e-bulletin, newsletter or on your website

Alternative formats or paper copies can be requested by emailing consultation@bristol.gov.uk or calling 0117 922 2848. Paper copies are available from Children’s Centres, our Citizen Service Point at 100 Temple Street and libraries.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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