Adult Social Care: Proposed Persona Care and Support Ltd savings

As a result of the reductions in public spending and impacts of the recent pandemic, Bury Council has to decide how it will reduce its spending significantly over the coming years.

The council’s overall aim is to keep providing the current level of service provision, but find cheaper and better ways of doing this.

Over the next three years they propose to make savings of just over £12 million out of their current adult social care budget of £52 million. They want to do this in a number of ways for instance looking at what and how they buy care and support, transforming services and working towards an all age disability service.

Some of the savings have been proposed to be achieved by their Local Authority Trading Company, Persona Care and Support Limited (Persona).

Intentions with Findings: The feedback will be used to formulate the recommendations report which will go through to the Bury Council Cabinet meeting for decision (proposed for July Cabinet).

Click here to view the public meeting dates and times 

How to have your say

You can give BMBC your views in a number of ways:

Online via this page on One Community

Email: You can respond to this consultation by emailing your thoughts to

By post: You can write to: ASC Savings Options for Persona Care and Support Limited, Bury Council, 3 Knowsley Place, Duke Street, Bury, BL9 0EJ.

At public meetings: BMBC will be holding a number of public meetings – details below. Due to the Covid-19 social distancing requirements, and to keep everyone as safe as possible, these meetings will be held online, via Microsoft teams. To attend one of them, please contact the organisation arranging the meetings and they will send you an invitation. You can view the public meeting information by clicking here

Will your answers remain confidential?

Yes, your answers will be treated in the strictest confidence and will not be used other than for this purpose. You do not have to give us your personal details, and the anonymised results of the consultation will be published on the One Community website All responses will be held and stored within data protection guidelines and Bury Council’s privacy policy.