Businesses asked for views on council’s spending
- Credit: NNDC/Duncan Baker
A Norfolk council is inviting businesses to give their views on the next financial year's spending.
North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) will hold an open breakfast meeting at its Cromer office, where business rates payers and councillors can discuss plans for the next 12 months.
The meeting, on Monday, January 28, from 8.30am, will begin with a presentation, followed by a discussion with councillors and officers.
Eric Seward, deputy leader, said: 'The meeting about plans for the forthcoming budget is an opportunity to find our more on the topic and get your views heard.'
Duncan Baker, the Conservative group's finance spokesman, added: 'We would be delighted to hear views from our rate-payers, and I would encourage local business owners to attend so they can engage with us on our budget plans.'
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And John Rest, leader of the independent group at NNDC, said: 'This is an opportunity for businesses to put forward their ideas for the forthcoming budget.
'The success of last year's event proved very valuable.
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'We want to continue to ensure that we work with local businesses, and identify your needs for the future.'
Anyone wanting to attend should email firstname.lastname@example.org before Friday, January 25.