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Covid restrictions could hit council finances

Further coronavirus restrictions in Gloucester could hit city finances, warn civic chiefs. Finance bosses at Gloucester City Council say the authority is already facing a shortfall of £500,000 in revenue from car parking this year. However, they are also concerned of the impact new Covid-19 variants could have on their forecast. Performance and resources cabinet member Hannah Norman (Con, Quedgeley Fieldcourt) told councillors last night of the impact the pandemic is having on the council’s finances. She told overview and scrutiny committee that there were still budget pressures on...

City council set to consider budget proposals

Gloucester City Council is setting out its draft Money Plan for the next five years and budget proposals for 2022/23 in a report being presented to cabinet. The Money Plan 2022/27 and budget aims to put the council in a strong position to continue the city’s recovery from the pandemic, despite funding pressures continuing. It sets out the council’s approach to the management of its finances, gives indications of budgets and council tax levels and identifies any significant financial risks likely to be faced by the council in future years. The plan also aims to identify the resources...

Covid causes missed bin collections

Bin collections in Gloucester are being missed due to a number of lorry drivers contracting coronavirus. Gloucester City Council informed residents that kerbside collections of dry recycling were missed yesterday due to staff absence and the ongoing shortage of HGV drivers. The council said the affected streets would have a double recycling collection next week. People have been affected over the last few months by missed collections of dry recyclables put out for the kerbside collection service run by council contractor Urbaser. Council leader Richard Cook (Con, Kingsway) assured...

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