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Over the past four years we have reduced our spending from £600 million a year to £500 million by cutting waste, reducing management and staff numbers.
The latest Government spending review means we now need to save a further £100 million over the next three years.
To do this we have to look again at everything we do and make hard choices.
Use this website to see all the latest suggestions and proposals for change in your local services and join the debate about their future.
Have your say on our 2014/15 budget priorities.
Devon County Council is seeking your views on the future of residential care services in its homes.
The County Council is consulting on proposed changes to the community meals service.
Devon County Council is seeking your views on the future of its in-house day services.
Devon Heritage Service collects, preserves and makes available unique and irreplaceable collections of written and pictorial heritage owned by, or in the care of, Devon County Council. The Heritage Service cares for the county archives and local studies collections; which represent one of the finest local holdings of historical records in the UK. It also operates archival services on behalf of Torbay Council.
Devon County Council and Teignbridge District Council are proposing to improve Kingskerswell Road to accommodate extra traffic which will occur as a result of expansion at Decoy .
North Devon Council is in the process of preparing a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and is now inviting representations on the Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule.
New Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School Proposal at Seabrook Orchards, Exeter
Following consultation, Exeter Diocesan Board of Education has published a Public Notice on the proposal to establish a new Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School at Seabrook Orchards to serve the new housing developments at Newcourt, Exeter. The school is planned for 420 pupils (5–11 age group) with early years provision for 34 children (2–4 age group), and is programmed to open in September 2016.
Over the next three years the Highways and Traffic Management service needs to make large savings in its budget.
To help us meet our 2014/15 budget reduction target of £6.9million we are considering a number of options, which we hope will help us reach this target while still allowing us to maintain and carry out the essential work required on our road network.
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