Any person who is registered on the electoral role for the Borough, may submit a petition, in accordance with Part 2 of the Petitions Guidelines.
The Council will not respond to e-Petitions which are submitted by other means eg: email chain/pyramid. e-Petitions will be rejected, if submitted by other means.
e-Petitions are presented in the order in which they are received. All e-Petitions, whether accepted or rejected, will be maintained on the Council's website for 3 months, from the date of receipt and then archived. e-Petitions must follow the procedure in Part 2 of thes Petitions Guideline.
During politically sensitive periods, such as prior to an election, politically controversial material may need to be restricted.
Read Part 2 of the Petitions Guidelines to find out how to submit an e-Petition and how the Council will deal with your ePetition.
Disclaimer - The Council accepts no liability for the e-Petitions on its web pages. The views expressed in e-Petitions do not necessarily reflect those of the Council.
If you are having problems submitting an e-Petition or would like further advice and information, please contact Democratic Services (contact details below) and we will be happy to assist you.
Tel: 01322 343430