Category Archives: Wokingham Borough Council

Optalis operation costs council £50k more

Liberal Democrat Councillors are extremely concerned about the additional costs of OPTALIS – the Wokingham Borough Council owned company that provides adult social care to the Borough’s residents.  A Special Council Executive Meeting was held on 28th March at which councillors were asked  to approve a £50,000 injection into OPTALIS to help balance its books […]

Lib Dems say the Council should improve it’s contracts

Liberal Democrat councillors have proposed that Wokingham Borough Council create a cross party group to look at improving the Council’s management of existing and future contracts. Co-ordinating this work across the whole of the council’s services would ensure suppliers are delivering exactly what the Council wants at the best possible price. Cllr Lindsay Ferris was […]

Lib Dems Uncover £1MILLION That Could Have Been Used For Local Communities

Local Liberal Democrat councillors have become increasingly concerned about the use of money paid to the Council for the benefit of local communities.  The council receives money when a development takes place to fund essential local community requirements such as roads, schools and libraries. Frustration with lack of information about this money led to Lib […]

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