Derby’s 15 Year Vision and Budget Consultation 2017 to 2020

Consultation Details

Title: Derby's 15 year Vision and Budget Consultation 2017 to 2020
Start date: 12/12/2016
Closing date: 08/01/2017
Status: Closed
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
Lead contact/s:

Corporate Finance 

Derby City Council


How can I take part?

This consultation is now closed

View the Budget Consultation 2017-20 document and submit your comments through the online feedback form or download and print the Budget Consultation Questionnaire.

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 Comments
Derby City Council
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