People in Wolverhampton have been invited to have their say about what the council’s budget priorities should be.

City of Wolverhampton Council has launched a survey for residents and businesses to complete so it can understand what matters most to the people of the city.

The results of the survey will then be used to help shape the budget setting process for 2024 to 2025.

Councillor Louise Miles, Cabinet Member for Resources, said: “These are difficult times for council finances up and down the country. 
“We have an excellent track record of managing our money well and setting a balanced budget, this is despite having to deliver savings of more than £240 million over the last 13 years.
“We recognise there are challenging times ahead so, to help us plan for the future, we want to understand what matters most to residents and businesses in the city.
“By gathering these views, we can set a budget for 2024 to 2025 that reflects their priorities. I hope people take this opportunity to have their say.” 

The survey can be completed online at Your Priorities for Wolverhampton.