Have your say on Brentwood Council’s priorities
Have your say on what you think Brentwood Council’s priorities should be.
The council asked residents’ views about its vision and priorities for 2013 to 2016 in the Your Brentwood, Your Budget consultation.
But it is now looking for more feedback via its website from residents and businesses at www.brentwood.gov.uk/vision.
You can have your say on what you want your money to be spent on in Brentwood and whether you think there are any priorities missing.
Council leader, Cllr Louise McKinlay said: “Building on the success of the last few years, the time has come to update our vision and promises to you on what will deliver over the coming three years.
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“I am keen to ensure Brentwood remains a safe, clean and enjoyable place to live. We have the best of both worlds; with fantastic transport links in to the heart of the capital but surrounded by beautiful countryside.
“I want to lead a council that delivers Brentwood’s residents’ priorities, maximises the opportunities we have on offer and I want a council that does this whilst giving taxpayers good value for money.”
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The online consultation will run for six weeks until September 18.
Cllr McKinlay will also hold open surgeries for residents to discuss what they want the council to focus on.
These will be in the council chamber at Brentwood Town Hall between 6.30pm and 7.30pm on Wednesday, August 29, and a webchat on Wednesday, September 5, between 6.30pm and 7.30pm.