Leicestershire County Council priorities consultation

Published on 18th July 2019 in General

Leicestershire County Council are having a round of consultation regarding future spending.

The council have been taking tough decisions and saving £200m since 2010 has helped keep their finances in a good position.

But tight funding, combined with increasing demand for services, means the county council has to find another £75m in savings over the next four years.

Growing need for social care and special educational needs and disability (SEND) support – plus inflation - is set to drive up costs by £94m over the next four years.

They already have plans in place to make further savings but want to hear from the public about their priorities and what they cannot risk having cut.

Vista want our members and supporters in the county to complete their survey and tell them what services you find necessary.

To take part in their consultation, please click the link below: 


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