Further details have emerged of how frontline services are to be affected by council budget cuts.

Sutton Council admitted it still cannot rule out needing to close some of the borough's libraries as it published figures showing it will need to cut £935,000 from its £6m annual libraries and heritage budget.

A fifth of the £5m street cleaning budget will also have to be cut by 2014/15, with the council hoping the savings can be found by reducing how much side streets in suburban areas are cleaned.

Meanwhile a massive £9m will have to be trimmed from the £54m adult social services and housing budget.

The cuts have already seen the proposed closure of specialist Dementia care home Oakleigh Lodge.

Councillor John Drage, the council's spokesperson on finance said the widescale financial reductions would be managed through the “transformation” of Sutton Council's new role as a commissioner rather than a provider of many adult care services.

Children's services are also facing millions of pounds in reductions in funding.

The details of the cuts came as Sutton Council's published its proposed 2010-11 budget.

The council plans to cut £13.8m this financial year- and a total of between £30m and £35m by 2014-15.

Coun John Drage said: "There are some really difficult decisions ahead but we will do everything we can to be even more efficient before we cut any frontline services.

"We’re working with local people to review from scratch everything we do to make our services more affordable – from waste collection to libraries to support for older people.

"We will also show local people how they can do their bit to alleviate demand for expensive services."

Further details of how savings will be made will be announced in the coming months after detailed service reviews.