Falkirk Council is working on the 2022/23 budget, with an online survey and Conversation events to gather people’s thoughts on priorities for the budget.
The survey provides an opportunity for people to share what they think the council’s spending priorities should be for the year ahead. The views expressed in this survey will be shared with the Councillors who will make final decisions on where public funds will be allocated, in March 2022.
The deadline for responses is Saturday 29th January.
To submit your response, or for further information, please visit the Falkirk Council website.
Online Conversation Events
The online Conversation events are open to all residents across the Falkirk Council area. During these events, attendees will have the opportunity to share their thoughts on local public spending. Falkirk Council will share how and when decisions are made about Falkirk’s public funds, and how these funds are allocated in the interest of communities.
- Tuesday 25th January, 7pm – 8:30pm: Ward 6, Falkirk North (including Bainsford, Langlees, New Carron, Camelon, and Grahamston)
- Wednesday 26th January, 7pm – 8:30pm: Ward 7, Falkirk South (including Bantaskin, Tamfourhill, the town centre, and Hallglen)
- Thursday 27th January, 7pm – 8:30pm: Ward 8, Lower Braes (including Brightons, Wallacestone, Westquarter, Laurieston, Polmont, Redding, and Reddingmuirhead)
- Friday 28th January, 7pm – 8:30pm: Ward 9, Upper Braes (including Maddiston, Rumford, Shieldhill, Slammannan, Limerigg, Avonbridge, and Standburn)
Anyone who has missed their area’s event is welcome to join one of the other events.
To book your place at any event, or for further information, please click on the relevant date above.