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Submit your petition to Full Council
You can also submit your petition to Full Council. Petitions with more than 2,200 signatures will trigger a debate by the Full Council.
You can also submit your petition for consideration by Full Council.
How to submit your petition to Full Council
You must submit your petition in writing by posting it to us. If you are submitting an e-petition and also wish to submit your petition to Full Council, please let us know by emailing us.
When to submit your petition to Full Council
We must receive the petition by 10am at least 5 clear working days before the meeting. For example, on Friday for a meeting on the following Monday, 10 days later.
What happens next
The petition will be handed to the Mayor, and recorded as received by the Head of Local Democracy and Member Services without any further debate.
The relevant Cabinet member should report the council’s response to the petition at the next ordinary meeting of the council. A copy of this response will be sent to the petitioner.
If a petition contains more than 2,643 signatures it will trigger a debate by the Full Council, unless it is a petition asking for a senior council officer to give evidence at a public meeting.
The petition organiser will be given 5 minutes to present the petition at the meeting and the petition will then be discussed by councillors for a maximum of 15 minutes. The council will decide how to respond to the petition at this meeting.
Voice a shared concern at a meeting (deputations)
If you and other people who you live or work near to have a shared concern, you can let us know more about it at a council meeting. This group of people is known as a deputation.
Contact the democratic services manager: petitions