Latest budget news

Council budget plans to be considered

Published 5 January 2021
Telford & Wrekin Council’s cabinet will consider its proposed budget report at its meeting on Thursday 7 January 2021.

Council budget’s huge four year investment in borough infrastructure

Published 17 February 2020
A total of an extra £90 million is set to be invested by Telford & Wrekin Council in the borough’s roads, boosting town centre high streets, building new homes and supporting new jobs and growing businesses between now and 2024.

Budget plans boost for social care and investment in environment

Published 2 January 2020
The Council has today published its budget plans for the next year which would put an extra £7 million into social care to help address a long-term Government funding shortfall in this area.

New £60 million fund planned to boost business and housing investment

Published 2 January 2020
A new £60 million fund is set to be created to continue Telford & Wrekin Council’s support and investment in new businesses and houses for rent.

Council continues with budget plans for 2019

Published 2 January 2019
Telford & Wrekin Council is set to continue its agreed two year budget plan, against a background of continuing cuts in Government grants hitting the Council’s finances.

Council managing budget despite pressures but faces uncertain future

Published 2 October 2019
The latest report to the Council’s Cabinet shows that despite continuing financial pressures for the two key areas of children’s safeguarding and adult social care, which continue to overspend, the Council expects to end the year within its overall budget.

Council on course for balanced budget despite pressures, extra investments

Published 3 July 2019
Telford & Wrekin is set to complete the year with a balanced budget while putting extra new funding to support three key areas.

Budget set providing extra funding for adults and childrens’ services

Published 28 February 2019
Telford & Wrekin Council has approved its budget for the next year that will see almost an extra £6 million invested into adult social care and children's services.

Budget plans set for boost for regeneration and high streets

Published 6 February 2019
Telford & Wrekin Council will continue its agreed two year budget plan, against a background of continuing cuts in Government grants, together with a proposed new £2 million boost for regeneration of local High Streets and Pride in Our Community initiatives.

Last updated: 08/01/2021 11:52