Buildings face sell-off in major cuts proposals by Preston Council



Buildings owned by Preston Council could be sold off as part of major budget cuts proposed by the authority.
An emergency budget has proposed “radical changes”, including off-loading leisure centres and reducing the role of the Mayor of Preston.
Town Hall leaders have already made swingeing cuts to the services they offer, with “all options” now being considered to make further savings to tackle massive reductions in government funding.
Coun Martyn Rawlinson, cabinet member for resources at Preston Council, said the authority was being “creative” to reduce costs and find savings, including... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 30
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