Survey will help inform budget plans

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Bucks County Council (BCC) has launched a public survey to inform its five-year strategy and budget options for the next financial year.

The online survey, which takes about 10 minutes to complete, is available until November 11. Those entering contact details have the chance to win £100.

The survey asks people’s views on county council priorities and council tax.

The results will County council leader Martin Tett said BCC hoped to continue to freeze its council tax level for a third year, despite the financial climate.

He said: “To achieve this, it is more important than ever that we have a clear focus on our priorities. We need to understand your views in order to help us establish those priorities.”

Complete the survey at