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Residents’ views wanted on Council’s upcoming budget plans

Gofyn am farn trigolion ar gynlluniau cyllideb y Cyngor sydd i ddod

The public consultation on Pembrokeshire County Council’s budget for the coming year is still open.

Residents are being encouraged to take part and have their say on balancing the budget in 2024-25.

The Council’s Cabinet Member for Finance, Cllr Alec Cormack said: “It’s very important that we hear from as many people in Pembrokeshire as possible,” he said.

“Like other Councils, we are once again facing significant budget pressures and understanding community and household priorities is vital in helping us to make the difficult choices necessary in setting the 2024-25 budget.

“We look forward to hearing from you.”

The funding gap for 2024-25 is estimated to be £27.1 million, with potential for it to increase further. 

The consultation includes a range of proposals on service changes, fees and charges and Council Tax.

A Budget Modelling Tool is also available to demonstrate different options and outcomes relating to these proposals.

To find out more and to give your views visit the Have Your Say page on Pembrokeshire County Council’s website before Wednesday 3rd January 2024.