10:45AM, Thursday 29 September 2016
A consultation is being run by the Royal Borough about the use of CCTV.
The council operates a public space CCTV network which costs around £630k to run each year.
An email circulated to Maidenhead businesses by Enjoy Maidenhead, from Cllr Carwyn Cox, states the council needs to review the funding requirements in light of ‘ongoing reductions in government funding’.
It states: “This consultation is being carried out so that we understand the demonstrable value that the CCTV service provides to local businesses. We would also like to hear whether you have any thoughts or ideas as to how the council could deliver a CCTV service differently whilst achieving financial efficiencies.”
If you are a business interested in the questionnaire contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy by Wednesday, October 5.
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