Cornwall Council budget consultation

Dec 20, 2021 | News

Cornwall Council are currently consulting on their draft budget for 2022/23 and the Council’s business plan for 2022/26.

You can find both survey’s on Cornwall Councils ‘Lets Talk Cornwall’ web pages – both surveys will close on 23 January 2022.

Cornwall Council have said they are determined to build back better, greener and fairer and have four clear priorities, shaped by residents and young people to make Cornwall:

  • A brilliant place to be a child and grow up
  • In a thriving, sustainable Cornwall that offers a secure home, a decent income and a great environment for all
  • With vibrant, safe, supportive communities where people help each other live well
  • All supported by an empowering and enterprising Council that delivers great value for money

The draft budget proposals reflect these priorities as they focus on delivering value for money by moving resources from areas that contribute less to the new priority outcomes and investing in those that do.

Cornwall Council are now seeking views on the plans to deliver these priorities within the budget available. These priorities build on the actions they have already taken to tackle the housing crisis, turbo-charge our economy, and make Cornwall the first place in the UK to be net carbon neutral.

WEBLINK: Lets Talk Cornwall

Budget consultation event

Online event for businesses, public sector and voluntary sector partners and stakeholders, where you will be able to discuss the proposals with the Leader, Deputy Leader and Chief Executive of Cornwall Council.
Monday 10 January 2022 – 7pm to 9pm

A video of the event will be made available after the meeting on the Council’s Let’s Talk website.

If you would like to attend this event, please let Cornwall Council know by emailing haveyoursay@cornwall.gov.uk by 5pm on Friday 7 January.

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