The Big Question – Have your say on the Council’s Budget

Posted by on November 27, 2014 in Home Page | 0 comments

People across Dudley borough are being asked to have their say on the council’s budget as the authority looks to save £57 million over the next three years. Over 2500 people have had their say already.Big Question 2015 16 logo

Over the last two years, through its Big Question budget consultations, the council has attracted 7,000 responses offering views on how the authority should prioritise services with limited budgets.

And this year’s Big Question is asking residents to select the top five services they most value. The responses will then be used by council bosses as they look to find savings by changing the way services are run or by stopping the delivery of services where there is no other option.

People can take part by visiting or by using #dudleybudget on twitter. People can also pick up hard copy versions of the consultation from borough libraries and Dudley Council Plus in Castle Street, Dudley.

The consultation runs for 12 weeks from Monday November 3 through to Sunday January 25 2015.

To go straight to the consultation online visit



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