RESIDENTS in the Forest of Dean are being asked for their views on the best ways to save more than £1million.
The district council is updating its plans for services in the year from April 1, 2014, and beyond.
Its needs to save £1.2 million over the next four years so is inviting residents to have their say by completing a survey.
The council has prepared a four-year financial strategy which takes into account financial risks and other changes which will have an impact on services.
Full details are contained within the cabinet meeting report of December 12, available on the district council website at fdean.gov.uk.
Feedback from residents and businesses will be considered by the cabinet on February 13 and full council on February 27.
To complete the survey, visit fdean.gov.uk/go/ budgetconsultation by January 28.