Corporate Strategy 2018 to 2023 and Budget Consultation
We are asking you for your views on our draft Corporate Strategy and our top priorities for the next five years. We’re also asking you for your views on Council Tax and other financial matters for our 2018/19 budget.
We are also consulting on four specific savings proposals:
- Parks and Green Spaces consultation
- Removal of remaining funding supporting neighbourhood action consultation
- Increase income generation and efficiency across the culture services consultation
- Prioritising allowance needs for Special Guardians and families with children who are voluntarily looked after by the local authority by introducing Financial Assessment consultation
Corporate Strategy(opens new window)
The Corporate Strategy (pdf, 4.7MB) (opens new window) lays out our vision, values and key themes to make sure the council plays its part in creating a city that is successful for everyone.
Corporate strategy and budget consultation information booklet
This booklet (pdf, 577k) (opens new window) provides background information and sets out what we intend our contribution to the city to be as part of our Corporate Strategy.
This summarises our draft vision, values and behaviours, themes and commitments – the basis of a roadmap that will get us to where we want to be.
It also details how we plan to make the savings we need to, or increase our income.
We are asking you for your views on our draft Corporate Strategy and Budget Consultation. (opens new windo(opens new windand our top priorities for the next five years. We’re also asking you for your views on Council Tax and other financial matters for our 2018/19 budget.
The consultation on our Corporate Strategy and 2018/2019 budget is open until Sunday 17 December 2017. You need to complete the survey and submit it before that date to ensure your views are taken into account.
You can try your hand at dealing with the budget gap by trying our budget simulator. However, the budget simulator is not a formal part of the consultation process and you are advised to complete the main consultation survey as well.
All responses to the consultation will be analysed and included in a report that will be published on the Bristol City Council website in early 2018.
Your responses will help inform final proposals which will be considered by Cabinet in January 2018 and by Full Council at its budget-setting meeting on 20 February 2018.
You can request alternative formats of this document by contacting the consultation team on firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0117 922 2848.
Read the press release Tough Times High Hopes in our news section.