Laura Sharman 19 March 2014

Budget 2014: A round up

Chancellor, George Osborne, delivered his 2014 Budget announcement today, but what does it mean for local government?

Here is our round up of the key points affecting councils:

Budget 2014: No great surprise for local government

Budget 2014: ‘More hard decisions, more cuts’, says Osborne

Budget 2014: Budget a ‘double whammy’ for local government workers

Budget 2014: Osborne backs garden cities

Budget 2014: Chancellor promises £200m for potholes

Budget 2014: £140m funding to improve flood defences

Budget 2014: The reaction

Labour brands Budget a ‘Tory con’

Budget 2014: Pickles welcomes house building pledges

Council leaders call for review of public services in post-austerity Britain

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