Council invites residents to have say on budget cuts (From East London and West Essex Guardian Series)
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Council invites residents to have say on budget cuts
Updated 11:28am Wednesday 23rd January 2013 in Redbridge
Redbridge residents are being asked to have their say on council cuts in an online survey.
The Redbridge Conversation 2013, gives the public the chance to log on and highlight the areas where they think the council should make savings before the it sets its budget on February 28.
As part of the government’s deficit reduction plan the council made £10million worth of cuts last year.
And it estimates it will have to find another £33million of savings over the next three years to meet government targets.
Anyone with a computer or access to the internet can take part in the Redbridge Conversation 2013 at www.redbridge.gov.uk/conversation
By logging on to the website residents can choose the services they think should be cut and view the consequences.
For those without internet access there are three public sessions where you can have your say.
• Orchard Estate Community Hall, Broadmead Road, Woodford Green: January 30, 2.30pm-5pm
• Ettridge Community Hall, Ray Lodge Estate, Ray Lodge Road, Woodford Green: January 30, 10am-1pm
• One Stop Shop, Lynton House, High Road, Ilford: January 31, 1pm-4pm
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