Have your say on Leicestershire County Council budget proposals 2021-25
A new consultation has launched giving people the opportunity to have their say on Leicestershire County Council’s budget plan.
Residents, businesses, parish councils and partner organisations are urged to give their views by completing a short survey.
The council’s latest four-year proposals show the difference between income and expenditure will reach £92m in 2025 meaning that significant savings will be required.
Investment in services including children and family services, adult social care and environment in transport is proposed as well as a £450m capital pot to spend on infrastructure and a 1.99 per cent rise in Council Tax.
The consultation runs until 17 January.