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£75m - Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) £62m - Children’s social care £61m - Older people £52m - Learning disabilities £33m - Support services £29m - Waste management £26m - Healthy living £25m - Highways £14m - Physical disabilities £11m - Family support £11m - Public and school transport £9m - Mental health support £7m - Libraries, culture and parks £5m - Adult learning £3m - Economic growth and grant aid £2m - Regulatory and planning
Savings made so far
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Here are a sample of the yearly savings we've made and continue to make:
2012 - saving £1.8million on more targeted youth service
2013 - saving £5.3million on changes to adult social care eligibility and £1.6million by reducing landfill waste and better energy use
2015 - generating an extra £1.2million by expanding services to schools, NHS and others
2016 - saving £0.5million on community libraries and £1million on better management of health visiting contracts
2017 - saving £1milliion on adult social care staff and management, £1million on in-house digital 'Quit Ready' stop smoking service, over £4million on highways operations improvements and £0.4million on bringing household waste sites in-house
2018 - saving £2million by moving to LED streetlights and £1.2million by enabling older people to live more independently
2019 and beyond - saving £0.2million by using 'smart' library technology and £1.5million on the new 0-19 Family wellbeing service.