Let's Talk 2016

Let's Talk 2016

During September and October Warwickshire County Council invited residents to have a go at setting the council budget as part of its Let’s Talk programme.

Following the council's announcement that it faced making savings of around £67million by 2020 it launched the Let’s Talk campaign to give the people of Warwickshire an opportunity to talk about what is important to them. The council wanted to know what Warwickshire residents value most about its services and to involve them in the necessary savings over the next three years.

An online budget  calculator was also available to provide members of the public with the chance to have a go at setting a balanced budget.

Thank you to everyone who took the time to have a go at setting the council budget and who put their views across at a Let's Talk roadshow.


What happens next?

All comments and feedback received as part of the Let's Talk campaign will help shape and inform the county council's budget setting process and a report with the key findings was presented to Cabinet in December.

Feedback from Let's Talk 2016

We are committed to being an open and transparent council. We will be honest and open about our progress and publish regular updates on how we are doing in delivering this plan. We will let you know how our services change and transform and will engage with you to tackle it together. Consultation activity relating to the One Organisational Plan will be publicly available on Ask Warwickshire.

Please do take the time to participate in any consultation and engagement activity as your views are vitally important to us.

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