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Council facing 10-year funding gap

The report indicates that the authority could face a funding shortfall of up to £156 million

The potential scale of the financial challenges facing North Ayrshire Council over the next 10 years has been laid out in a special report to councillors this week.

The report indicates that the authority could face a funding shortfall of up to £156 million in its revenue budget over the next decade, with approximately half of that total – £70 million – occurring within the next three years.

This means the council will have to think hard about the services it delivers, how these are delivered and its partnership with local communities. A funding gap of this scale is expected to impact on the council’s workforce.

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