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Sustainable Powys

Delivering valued local government services is at the heart of all we do. With changing times and economic conditions, we need to be pro-active, innovative and forward-thinking to deliver quality public services for the future.

We recognise the challenges and we want to work in partnership to explore the opportunities to make the changes needed to build the stronger, fairer and greener future for Powys.

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What do we mean by 'Sustainable Powys'? The financial situation Key principles How we get there? What does Sustainable Powys look like? How can you get involved?
Whats happening in my service

What do we mean by 'Sustainable Powys'?

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The Financial Situation

The financial situation

The current economic crisis and rising cost of living means Powys County Council is forecasting more than a £20million gap for the 2024/25 financial year.

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Key Principles

Key principles

This work is guided by the following principles:

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How will we get there

How we get there?

We want to work with you to learn more about what matters most to you and your family, what is important to you now and in the future.

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What does this look like

What does Sustainable Powys look like?

What does this mean for people in Powys?

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How you can get involved

How can you get involved?

Engagement is an important part of Sustainable Powys so your voice will actively contribute to what we do - whether you are a Powys resident, member of staff, councillor, or other stakeholder.

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What do we mean by 'Sustainable Powys'? What do we mean by 'Sustainable Powys'?
Whats happening in my service

What do we mean by 'Sustainable Powys'?

Read more information (Go to What do we mean by 'Sustainable Powys'?)
The financial situation The financial situation
The Financial Situation

The financial situation

The current economic crisis and rising cost of living means Powys County Council is forecasting more than a £20million gap for the 2024/25 financial year.

Read more information (Go to The financial situation)
Key principles Key principles
Key Principles

Key principles

This work is guided by the following principles:

Read more information (Go to Key principles)
How we get there? How we get there?
How will we get there

How we get there?

We want to work with you to learn more about what matters most to you and your family, what is important to you now and in the future.

Read more information (Go to How we get there? )
What does Sustainable Powys look like? What does Sustainable Powys look like?
What does this look like

What does Sustainable Powys look like?

What does this mean for people in Powys?

Read more information (Go to What does Sustainable Powys look like?)
How can you get involved? How can you get involved?
How you can get involved

How can you get involved?

Engagement is an important part of Sustainable Powys so your voice will actively contribute to what we do - whether you are a Powys resident, member of staff, councillor, or other stakeholder.

Read more information (Go to How can you get involved?)