Published: Thursday, 23rd November 2017
What do you think about the services you receive from your council and the council tax you pay?
That's what Broadland District Council is asking residents in a consultation prior to setting its annual budget.
Like all district councils in England and Wales, Broadland must decide how to adjust to the reduction and eventual removal of the central Government grant which has been the main source of income for many years.
Council Leader, Andrew Proctor, said:
"As we work on our budget for next year we would really like to hear what our residents think. We'd like to know whether you think we are achieving our aims, where we're doing well and where we could do better, as well as how you think services should be paid for going forward. We hope as many residents as possible will let us know via a short questionnaire."
The budget questionnaire should take less than two minutes to complete.