Chance to voice your opinion

December 23 2013

BISHOPSTON and Redland residents are being urged to have their say about Bristol City Council's budget proposals.

BISHOPSTON and Redland residents are being urged to have their say about Bristol City Council's budget proposals.
Bristol Mayor George Ferguson has put forward proposals for the next three years in order to save around £90 million.
The proposals are due to cuts in government grants and an increased demand is council services.
He aims to prioritise "spending money where it can make the most difference". However, there will be a loss of some public jobs and services, he says.
The six week public consultation, which ends on December 30, allows for people to share their views and raise any concerns they may have.
The final proposals are to be published in January.
To have your say, visit: www.bristol.gov.uk/budget