Equalities: We are subject to numerous legal duties relating to equalities e.g. race, disability, gender etc. We recognise and welcome those duties, which are embraced in our Equality and Diversity Document Framework.
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