|Title:||Derby's 15 year Vision and Budget Consultation 2017 to 2020|
|Why are we consulting?||
The Council has launched the consultation on its new budget, which reveals a continuing need for major savings – but also significant investment in some areas.
As a result of continuing cuts in government funding, the Council must make savings of £15m in 2017/18 to balance the books, and a total of £28m over the next three years. This is on top of the £135m already saved since 2010.
Most of the financial pressure is due to an £18m reduction in the Council’s government grant over the next 3 years. There are also rising costs over which the Council has no control, including increasing demand for social care, inflation, insurance, pension contributions and the national levy set to fund apprenticeships.
|Who are we consulting?||
All residents and stakeholders in Derby
|Organisation carrying out the consultation:||Derby City Council|
Derby City Council
|How can I take part?||
This consultation is now closed
You can visit your local library to view a copy of the budget proposals and pick up a questionnaire to pass on your feedback.
You can send your comments to:Derby City Council Revenue Budget Proposals 2017 -2020 CommentsDerby City CouncilFREEPOSTMID24259DERBYDE1 2BR
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