Have a say – be heard!
Cirencester Town Council is consulting on the budget and council tax for 2021-22. The council tax is raised from the public, for the public, and it is vital that residents are given the opportunity to have a say and are heard on how this money is spent.
The Town Council needs to raise money as it receives no direct funding from central government or the principal authorities such as Cotswold District Council and Gloucestershire County Council.
We would welcome your views and comments ahead of the Council’s formal meeting on Tuesday 12th January at 7pm; the meeting is open to the public and will be held via zoom.
Infographics are available at www.cirencester.gov.uk outlining how the council tax is spent and the type of services and community assets it is spent on, along with the draft budget, updated medium term financial plan and an on-line questionnaire.
The consultation is open until Monday 11th January and we look forward to receiving your comments on-line or by using the comment cards which are available at the Local Information Centre at Bingham House, Dyer Street, Cirencester.