It’s your City – so have your say

Worcester City Council has launched a major consultation with local people on its future spending plans.

City councillors want to hear what residents, communities and businesses think should be the top spending priorities for 2018/19.

“The City Council’s priority is to improve service delivery while at the same time balancing the books,” explains Shane Flynn, Corporate Director Finance and Resources at Worcester City Council.

“We have got some tough decisions to make, so we’re keen to hear views from residents and businesses on how they would like to see our budget spent – and any ideas they have for how we could generate more income.”

You can have your say online at , or come along to one of the following public drop in sessions:


Monday 13 November:  midday – 2.00pm

The Guildhall (Court Room), High Street, Worcester WR1 2EY

Tuesday 14 November:  5.00pm – 7.00pm

The Guildhall (Court Room), High Street, Worcester WR1 2EY

Wednesday 15 November:  6.00pm – 8.00pm

Lyppard Grange Community Centre, Ankerage Green, Warndon Villages, Worcester WR4 0DZ

Thursday 16 November:  6.00pm – 8.00pm

St. Peter’s Village Hall, St. Peter’s Drive, Worcester WR5 3TA

You can also pick up a paper copy of the consultation at The Guildhall, The Hive or Perdiswell Leisure Centre.

The consultation will close on 24 November, and its results will form an important part of the Council’s challenging work in preparing its budget for 2018-19.

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