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Budget Proposals 2016/2017 - Have Your Say

Budget Proposals 2016/2017 - Have Your Say

Next year, local people and businesses are set to generally pay more while the Government pays less to fund council services. This is because of more Government cuts and changes to how public services are funded.

The Government plans to phase out the grant it provides to councils altogether by the end of the current Parliament - shifting funding arrangements from national taxation to local taxation through Council Tax.

The Government has cut the money Nottingham gets for its day-to-day services by more than half since 2013 - a loss of 70m.

Next year, the Council has to find a further 20.5m of savings. This is on top of the 152m the Council has saved over the past 5 years.

For further information regarding our budget proposals please click here.

To have your say on the Budget Proposals for 2016/2017 please complete our simple online questionnaire.

Please respond to the questionnaire by noon on 8th February 2016 so that your comments can inform the budget report to the Councils Executive Board on 23 February 2016. Responses received after this will be accepted until the end of February and will be shared with senior officers and Councillors ahead of Full Council on 7 March 2016.

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