Our financial position remains extremely challenging. By planning ahead, we've saved £200m since 2010 but a surge in demand for social care and special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) support, combined with inflation, is driving up costs by £94m.

Over the next four years, we're planning to save £74m (made up of £34m of detailed savings, a plan to reduce SEND costs by £20m and a £20m gap) amidst ongoing uncertainty about the future funding for local government.
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