Residents, community groups and businesses around Aberdeenshire are being encouraged to give their views, as financial plans for 2019/20 are discussed.
Ever wondered how Aberdeenshire Council spends its money? After yesterdays council meeting where the Aberdeenshire Council Budget for 2013/14 was set they prepared this handy infographic that shows how they spend the budget each year. So now you know. Do you think that you get value for money from the council? Could they spend […]
Aberdeenshire Council budget for 2013/14 was set at a meeting yesterday, the budget of £512 million to support the delivery of important local services was agreed 37 votes to 29, with 2 no votes. Within the budget, officers had identified a surplus of £19.531 million which was the main subject of discussion and debate. The budget will see investment […]
Council leader Jim Gifford will be answering questions on the proposed 2013/14 budget during an online meeting this evening. The proposed budget is going to the full council for approval in February but public opinion on the budget is still being sought. People who were not able to make the 2 public meetings in December […]
The Aberdeenshire Council Budget is in the process of being finalised for the 2013/14 year with the final proposals going before the councillors for approval in February 2013. Before the proposals are put forward the council would like your views on the budget and are holding public events where the Leader of Aberdeenshire Council, councillor Jim […]
Aberdeenshire Councillors will receive the latest monitoring report on the council’s budget up to the end of December 2011, when the Policy & Resources Committee meets on Thursday 23rd February. The Head of Finance will report how services are responding to the Council’s long-term financial strategy which recognises the increasing pressures on budgets over the […]
Plans to make changes to the provision of support for children in Aberdeenshire schools have moved a step forward with 183 jobs being earmarked for being removed. Over 1400 staff have been consulted since June about the proposed changes which will see the creation of a single Pupil Support Assistant, replacing four existing posts of […]