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|Have your say on the County Council's budget 16 October, 2015|
Residents across Cambridgeshire are being asked for their input in the setting of the County Council’s budget for 2016/17.
'Cuts in funding from central government coupled with increased demand and inflation mean that we need to save £114 million over the next five years, on top of the £200 million in savings we've already made.
Next year we need to save £45 million ‐ that's the equivalent of 9% of our entire budget.
More service cuts are inevitable but we want to do all we can to ensure that people and communities continue to receive support.
The survey will enable residents’ voices to be heard, which we can use to help shape our budget and priorities for the future.'
Get involved and fill out the survey here: www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/budgetconsultation
This survey closes on 8th November 2015.
You can also get in touch directly to give the County comments and ideas on how they can deliver services better or more efficiently:
Research & Performance Team: Budget Consultation, SH1306 Shire Hall, Castle Hill, Cambridge CB3 0AP[+ go back...]