Councillor's Locality Budget

Information about Suffolk county councillor's locality budgets for 2016/2017 and how you can apply to your councillor for locality budget grant.

In 2016/2017, Suffolk's county councillors have been given a locality budget of £750,000, divided between them; each councillor has £10,000 to spend.

Councillors are able to make recommendations about funding from this budget for local projects in their division, which should benefit the community.

Last year groups and projects that benefited included:

  • village halls;
  • sports and social clubs; and
  • toddler groups.

How to apply for funding

If you have a project that needs funding, you can apply to your councillor for a locality budget grant.

Contact the county councillor who represents the area where your project is based, first.

Due to the General Election taking place on 8 June 2017, the locality budgets expenditure has been removed from the website. If you have a query regarding a locality budget please contact us via the details below.

For any other queries about locality budgets contact Democratic Services on: 01473 265119 or by email: locality@suffolk.gov.uk

Expenditure for 2016/2017 is shown by geographical areas:

  • Babergh
  • Forest Heath 
  • Ipswich
  • Mid Suffolk
  • St Edmundsbury
  • Suffolk Coastal
  • Waveney