The decision over proposed cuts to youth services in Hounslow has been pushed back.
Hounslow Council says it has been inundated with responses to the youth services consultation and therefore more time is needed to reach a decision for recommendation.
The delay will mean a final report scheduled for the cabinet meeting later this month will now be moved to a future date.
Councillor Richard Foote, cabinet member for communities at Hounslow Council, said: “Due to the very high volume of responses and the need to assess and take into account the feedback received on the youth services consultation, the decision has been taken to delay the report and recommendations scheduled for the April Cabinet meeting, to a later date.
"We thank everyone for their feedback and co-operation.”
The council announced £650,000 worth of cuts to its youth services, bringing its budget down to £212,000, following a reduction in government funding.
To achieve the savings, proposals included shutting down three youth centres across the borough, which has sparked fury among parents and young people.
The most recent protest to 'Save Our Youth Clubs' saw children, young people and parents out on the streets making their voices heard.
The council has proposed the funding that remains is used towards projects to help vulnerable young people.
These include a young carers project, Hounslow youth counselling' detached youth workers, Duke of Edinburgh scheme and the Good Shepherd project for those living in Hounslow barracks.
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