Horsham District Council to debate £1.3m cuts

Proposals to save £1.3m over the next financial year are to be debated by councillors in West Sussex.

Horsham District Council said its £12.8m annual budget was under "significant pressure" as it seeks to balance the books.

Sharing services with other councils and increases in parking charges are among the measures being considered.

Council leader Robert Nye said: "We are preparing plans for significant changes to the organisation."

The plans will be debated at a meeting of the Conservative-led council on Wednesday.

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