Bromley Council invite public to discuss £55million cuts

PUBLISHED: 12:03 09 August 2013 | UPDATED: 12:04 09 August 2013

Bromley Council will host a series of public meetings to discuss further budget savings of £55million over the next four years.

Cllr Stephen Carr, council leader, is inviting those who live and work in the borough to join him and fellow councillors for a series of discussions throughout September and October.

Items on the agenda include how the council are managing the impact of financial pressures.

The views of the public will help to shape the budget for 2014/15 as the council continue to make cutbacks, building on substantial savings over the past three years.

The first of the meetings is at Biggin Hill New Life Church, in Main Road, on September 26. That is followed by another at Citygate Church, in Rectory Road, Beckenham on Monday, September 30.

There are a further two evening meetings at Orpington Methodist Church, in Sevenoaks Road, and Civic Centre, in Stockwell Close, Bromley on October 3 and 7 respectively. All evening meetings run from 7pm to 8.30pm.

A day time meeting is scheduled for Monday, October 14 at the Civic Centre from 11am to 12.30pm.

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