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.
Leeds City Council runs a panel to hear what people in Leeds think about council services and issues affecting their local area. The council needs more people to join the panel so it better represents the city as a whole. Joining the panel is an opportunity to find out
The Council are recruiting residents to join the Leeds Citizen’s Panel: Lots of things are changing in Leeds and it’s important that the council, the NHS and other organisations understand what’s important for you. What is a citizens’ panel? The panel is a large group of people in Leeds who
Leeds City Council is looking to recruit 6,000 people to form a citizens’ panel to give the public a say on key issues. The aim of the panel is to establish what Leeds people want from their public services, such as transport, health and well-being and environmental and leisure services,