Revenue budget proposals 2011 - 2012
The budget was passed by the Leader at full Council on 24 February 2011.
View the minutes from full Council on 24 February 2011
Even though the feedback is now closed, you can still discuss the proposals with your local councillor.
Following the Government’s announcement on the council’s proposed grant settlement, our budget proposals were announced on 5 January 2011. The proposals were widely reported in the local and national media, and we gave the public the opportunity to feedback up to the 4 February 2011. We recognised that this was only a short opportunity for residents to feedback, and so sought to make the information readily available.
The proposals were published on the council’s website on 5 January 2011, and made available within customer service centres, libraries, and also through the call centre. Staff at customer service centres and libraries were also asked to support any individual requiring help in accessing or reading the document, as well as completing the feedback form online.
The council, working with partners in the public and private sectors, also sent information through our networks and contacts to many partner organisations. In addition, emails were to over 3500 individuals through the Hull People’s Panel.
As well as publishing the document, individual services have held meetings with those directly affected including, young people, carers and the Learning Disability Partnership, to discuss the implications. At these meetings, officers have been on hand to outline the proposals, and help individuals understand the implications for them.
How people responded
The council asked people to comment on the proposed priorities for the council as well as giving feedback on the savings proposals. Responses came back to us in a number of ways -
- through the council’s website, by completing a short questionnaire
- by telephoning our call centre on 300 300
- by emailing us at email@example.com
- by sending in letters or petitions to the council
- at meetings at area committees, or specially set up meetings with those areas that were most affected
Over 800 people responded, with over 2000 individual comments. A summary of the feedback that we received is available to download below -