A major consultation on Leicestershire County Council’s future plans and priorities has launched today.
Residents, staff, partner organisations and businesses are urged to have their say by completing a short questionnaire – and can also use an interactive, online tool to try balancing the council’s £370m revenue budget.
Since 2010, the council has saved £200m but increasing demand for services, plus uncertainty over Government funding, means the council needs to save another £75m over the next four years.
The questionnaire, plus supporting information, is being sent to homes across the county from 17 June in a special edition of the council’s newsletter, Leicestershire Matters – this is attached and a paper copy is being posted out to you. The questionnaire can also be completed online.
The three-month exercise also includes focus groups, stakeholder events, public events and an online, interactive tool enabling people to explore the council’s budget in more detail.
Find the interactive tool, the questionnaire, event information and more at: www.leicestershire.gov.uk/priorities