Cornwall Council’s Draft Budget – Have Your Say!

Oct 3, 2020 | News

Cornwall’s residents are being urged to have their say on Cornwall Council’s draft budget for 2021/22, which prioritises critical frontline services, the most vulnerable residents and investment in Cornwall’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, in the face of unprecedented financial uncertainty.

Please share details of this consultation with your networks as the Council is keen to hear from all residents, especially those who are most vulnerable and have been most affected by the pandemic.

People can give their views by visiting the Council’s engagement website Let’s Talk Cornwall or by posting their comments to Cornwall Council, The Budget, Room 4S, County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro, TR1 3AY.

People can also request a survey through the post if they prefer by ringing 0300 1234 100 between 8.30am and 6pm Monday to Friday or emailing haveyoursay@cornwall.gov.uk.

The consultation will close on 14 December 2020.

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