In common with many other councils, given the current financial constraints, LBC is looking at ways to change the provision of libraries in Luton in order to find budget savings.
In comparison to the savage cuts that libraries are facing in some places the proposals are relatively modest. Although they do mean that some parts of the Town will lose their local library.
The consultation deadline has been extended until Wednesday 24 April.
Details of the proposed changes can be found in the following factsheet:
You can also read the report that went to the Council’s Executive.
A brief declaration of interest: I am a trustee of Luton Culture, the charity that runs the library service on behalf of Luton Borough Council.
This content was originally posted on my old Strange Thoughts blog.