People living or working in each electoral ward can decide how to spend £100,000 of the Council budget. This money can be used on infrastructure and the environment for the benefit of that electoral ward. This would include, for example, roads, pavements, parks, street lighting, potholes, playgrounds, grass cutting, cemeteries, sports pavilions, and other public places and spaces.
The budget is made up of money which can be used for both capital and revenue spending. There is more information in our Guidance Booklet.
Do you have any ideas on what is needed in your area?
Ideas must be:
- from people living or working in the area and can include community groups;
- spent on infrastructure and the environment;
- cost between £10,000 and £50,000;
- work done within the Council ward you live or work in.
All your ideas need to reach us by Sunday 14 April 2019.