Where will the next £40m in cuts come from in Norfolk?
County council bosses are facing two months of work to identify how £40 million of cuts can be made – which will see its savings over the past decade soar past the £400 million mark.
A £71 million budget gap forecast for the next two years has left Norfolk County Council in need of finding £40 million in the coming year, a figure agreed by its cabinet earlier this year.
And of this figure, £20 million is set to come from the service sectors including £9 million from adult social care, £4.5 million from children’s services and £5 million from community and environmental services.
More by this authorDavid Hannant, Local Democracy Reporter