Budget 2018/19

Our proposed budget options for 2018/19

Rotherham Council has proposed series of budget options for 2018/19, to meet a further funding shortfall of £15 million, on top of £162 million worth of savings which have already had to be made since 2010.

Protecting the most vulnerable children and adults, whilst continuing to provide core services – like waste collection, road repairs and street cleansing – underpins the authority’s budget for 2018/19.

Further savings are needed due to ongoing reductions in funding from Government, an increasing demand for services as a result of a growing and ageing population, and increasing costs for the council in providing services.

To manage the financial challenge we face and achieve the necessary savings, we're working with partners to get best value for everything we do and focusing any investment on the agreed priorities set out in the Council Plan:

  • Every child making the best start in life
  • A strong community in a clean and safe environment
  • Every adult secure, responsible and empowered
  • Extending opportunity, prosperity and planning for the future
  • A modern, efficient council

Have your say

Before we set the budget in March 2018 we are asking for your views on the proposals, some of which we know will have an impact on you and your community.

Your feedback will be considered as part of the budget setting process. You can view the proposals which were consulted on below.

The consultation will close 4 January 2018.

Our responses to your frequently asked questions and suggestions will be updated throughout the consultation period and can also be viewed below.

See the savings proposals

Have your say

See last years budget proposals

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