Last chance to fill in 2023/24 budget survey

A survey for people who live and work in Liverpool to have their say on Liverpool City Council’s budget proposals closes on Friday 6 January.

The proposals are focused on enabling the council to deliver modern and innovative services that will lead to better outcomes for residents.

They include a mix of savings, income generation and transformation of services, to balance the books and close the £73 million budget gap.

The survey is available at, along with details of the proposals for each directorate.

Hard copies of a shorter version of the survey are also available in council buildings, including One Stop Shops, Lifestyles Fitness Centres and libraries.

In addition, a list of current individual budget proposal consultations can be found at

A final list of proposals will be drawn up and presented to Budget Council for consideration in March.

Cabinet Member for Finance, Cllr Liam Robinson, said: “We are going to have to make some extremely difficult decisions to deliver a legal and balanced budget, and it is vital we hear what people think about what is being proposed.

“We are encouraging people to fill in our survey, either online, or at one of our council buildings, so they can let us know what they think.

“We are determined to make the council fit for purpose, give it a sustainable future and deliver better services and focus on what matters most to residents.”

Liverpool Waterfront