Raft of cuts after first Section 114 in almost 20 years

By Mark Conrad | 14 February 2018

The stark reality of the financial cliff-edge facing Northamptonshire CC has this week been revealed by its budget plan.

Proposals for an asset fire-sale, and wide-ranging fees, cuts and closures were discussed after the first Section 114 notice in almost 20 years limited the council to only essential spending.

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