Last chance to comment on cuts

September 04 2017

BRISTOL City Council has to make cuts of £104m between 2017 and 2022 because of austerity.

 

BRISTOL City Council has to make cuts of £104m between 2017 and 2022 because of austerity.

It is currently consulting on a package of measures to save £4.7m by shutting many libraries and public toilets, getting rid of some school crossing patrols, cutting day services for disabled people and scrapping Neighbourhood Partnerships.

The Mayor and his Cabinet have been asking people for their views and for creative ideas on new ways to deliver services.

Details of the proposals can be found at www.bristol.gov.uk/yourneighbourhood and you have until September 5 to respond.