Pre-Budget Report Public Meeting On Thursday

February 2, 2020

The public is invited to attend a meeting to discuss the Pre-Budget Report at 6pm on Thursday [Feb 6] at the Heritage Worship Centre on Dundonald Street in Hamilton.

A Government spokesperson said, “The public is invited to attend a meeting to discuss the Pre-Budget Report on Thursday, 6 February 2020 at 6pm in the Goodwin C. Smith Hall, Heritage Worship Centre, 59 Dundonald Street, Hamilton.

“The Pre-budget Report [PBR] is a policy statement issued by the Government prior to the release of the budget. It is a consultation document which allows the public to understand spending and revenue proposals for the new fiscal year and provides an opportunity for public input before the 2020/21 budget is finalized.

“Observations and comments about the report may be sent via email to Following a brief presentation at the meeting, attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions of the Minister of Finance, the Hon. Curtis L. Dickinson, JP, MP.

“The Pre-Budget Report can be found on the Government portal at”

The full 2020/2021 Pre-budget Report follows below [PDF here]:

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  1. Triangle Drifter says:

    Who do the PLP think that they are fooling? The budget is all but ready to go to press. There is time for minor tweaking only.

  2. Insane in The Membrane says:

    Why is it that although the Bermuda Gov has a ton of centrally located venues at their disposal with better parking like the Bermuda College, Cedarbridge / Ruth Seaton James, Berkeley to name a few, why do they having their meetings at alternative venues with less space, less parking and I’m guessing at a cost?

  3. Curious says:

    Why would any government ask the public to discuss a proposed budget? People elect a government to do the very best for the population. This is nothing more than the usual smoke screen and lip service that means nothing.

  4. Joe Bloggs says:

    Will I be welcomed or have issues as I have at previous Town Hall Meetings?