Powys Council facing £7m energy bill hike

By countytimes.co.uk

4 months ago

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Some Powys County Council buildings could be mothballed to save money as the council faces up to a £7 million spike in energy bills.

At a meeting of the council's cabinet on Tuesday, September 27, councillors looked at a financial planning update that provides the principles of how the authority will try to sail through the stormy economic seas.

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