Public consultation launches on Leeds City Council’s initial budget plans for 2020/21 Public consultation is now underway to gather views on Leeds City Council’s initial budget proposals for the next financial year. During the three-week consultation period, the council is encouraging anyone who works or lives in the city to
Leeds City Council has confirmed its plan for a council tax rise of 3.99 per cent in response to rising demand on social care services and a cut in annual core government funding of £266m since 2010. In a report to be considered by the council’s executive board at Civic
Public consultation is now underway on Leeds City Council’s initial budget proposals for next year. From now until midnight on Friday 18 January 2019, the council is seeking the views of anyone who lives or works in the city on how it should continue to fund the services it provides
It’s budget setting time for Leeds City Council and we need your input. There’s a short survey at www.leeds.gov.uk/budgetconsultation which we’d love you to complete and share with others. In brief – we propose to prioritise services which support children and families, vulnerable adults and older people who need care.
The Leader of Leeds City Council Councillor Keith Wakefield is calling on all residents to have their say on how the council saves £76.1million in next year’s budget. A one-month consultation period has just started at www.leeds.gov.uk/budget, asking people to give their views on the initial budget proposals for 2015/16.
The GATE’s Swap Shop opened two weeks ago and already we’re having to buy another clothes rail! We have everything; tops, trousers, shirts and skirts for men women and kids! Everyone gets a little buzz or their spirits lifted when they feel good in what they’re wearing and that’s
One of the struggles I found when I lost my job was how easy it was to succumb to daytime TV, thankfully there’s only so much of it I can watch before I feel despair set in and a desperate need to find something better to do. A lack of
I’d just finished writing last week’s South of the River column when I saw these comments pop up on Twitter. Gerald: “it’s not about money, it’s about the lack of opportunity and understanding” #PovertyTruth Anna: “people who are making decisions are too often getting their information from the media
We all know the phrase “If it’s too good to be true, it probably is” – so why do we continue to fall foul of the many tricks on the high street and internet, that make us believe we are getting a treat? In a financial climate where every
People in Leeds will be able to give their views on how the city council should prioritise its spending by taking part in a new consultation exercise. The council has launched its annual consultation exercise which explains how the responses from more than 2,000 residents who took part last