Removal of remaining funding supporting neighbourhood action

Closed 17 Dec 2017

Opened 6 Nov 2017

Overview

Bristol City Council is proposing changes to the funding it offers to support neighbourhood action. This would enable us to reduce the budget for this service by £257k in 2018/19.

Our proposals are described below. You can see the full list of savings which we propose to make over the next five years as part of our Corporate Strategy and Budget Consultation at www.bristol.gov.uk/corpstrategy.

Next steps

Your feedback, along with the views of other local groups and partners and the results of our Equalities Impact Assessment, will be taken in to consideration in developing a set of final proposals that match local needs wherever possible.

The proposals will be put to the Mayor and his Cabinet to make a final decision. In making a decision they will also take consultation responses and the Equalities Impact Assessment into consideration.

The consultation results and the council’s decision on how to deliver future services will be published in early 2018.

What Happens Next

Your feedback, along with the views of other local groups and partners and the results of our Equalities Impact Assessment, will be taken in to consideration in developing a set of final proposals that match local needs wherever possible. Please note that the Equalities Impact Assessment is being updated and will be available by Monday 13 November. The Equality Impact Relevance Check  provides details of some of the impacts that will be considered in the Equalities Impact Assessment. The proposals will be put to the Mayor and his Cabinet to make a final decision. In making a decision they will also take consultation responses and the Equalities Impact Assessment into consideration.

The consultation results and the council’s decision on how to deliver future services will be published in early 2018.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • All residents

Interests

  • Voluntary sector