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Participatory Budgeting in the UK

Participatory budgeting directly involves local people in making decisions on the spending and priorities for a defined public budget. 

Participatory Budgeting in the UK has a new website


Participatory Budgeting Network


The PB Network has taken over from the PB Unit

The new, independent body advocating for learning and innovation in Participatory Budgeting (PB). The PB network puts on events, publishes policy related papers and stimulates debate on where PB might go next. To connect to current best practice, sign up to our e-bulletin or to find the latest news about PB in the UK

Go to the new PB network website


PB PartnersPB Partners

If you have an inquiry about delivering Participatory Budgeting (PB) or wish to find an expert to support your PB work visit the new consultancy for PB in the UK,

Go to  PB Partners.  



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This site is no longer being updated.

The "Participatory Budgeting Unit" was a project of the charity Church Action on Poverty that ran from 2000 to April 2012. The project aimed to support the public sector and community groups in developing participatory budgeting processes in the UK. This website represents an archive of that work and contains many useful resources.

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