Phase two of the budget proposals 2017/18 have been published

Last week we published our final set of proposals which set out how we will close a £28million gap in our 2017/18 budget whilst investing in services and the city’s infrastructure.

Every year we face the challenge of managing increasing demands on services with a reducing amount of money. And this year has been no different.

But I’m pleased to say that for a further year we are proposing a balanced budget without any reductions to services. Instead we are investing in the services which are most important to our residents and supporting the continued growth of the city.

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