Release date: 22 November 2018
There is still time for residents to have their say on proposed budget savings.
Last month West Sussex County Council Cabinet Member for Adults and Health, Amanda Jupp, took the decision to launch a period of engagement on proposed budget savings.
This includes making changes to housing related support, the Local Assistance Network (LAN) and the Minimum Income Guarantee.
All three budget savings proposals are currently in a period of engagement with key stakeholders and people who may be directly affected by the proposals, which runs until Monday 3 December.
Cabinet Member for Adults and Health, Amanda Jupp, said: “Having to look to make savings in these areas is not a decision I will take lightly, but it is important that those who make use of these services have their say.
“I would urge anyone who has not yet been in touch to give their feedback on the proposals to do so in plenty of time before the engagement period ends on Monday
“It is important to emphasise that no decisions have yet been taken on where potential savings can be made. But I would like to assure everyone that we will continue to work with our key partners and organisations to find a solution to the financial pressures that we face.”
People who would like to put across their views can do so by visiting the Have Your Say Hub here:
- Minimum income guarantee for working age adults consultation
- Local Assistance Network consultation
- Housing-related support consultation
Alternatively, people can share their views by emailing the following addresses:
- Minimum Income Guarantee: email@example.com
- Local Assistance Network: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Housing related support: email@example.com
You can view the full decisions by searching our register.