Both Councils welcome petitions and recognise that they are an important way for people to let us know about their concerns.
In order for a petition to be accepted, it should be about a service that the Councils provide or about a decision that the Councils are intending to take. The petition should clearly and concisely state what the subject of the petition is, along with the name, address and postcode of the lead petitioner and the signatories.
You will need to submit your petition to the relevant Council.
|Suffolk Coastal District Council Petitions Scheme||Waveney District Council Petitions Protocol|
Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils accept petitions electronically. There are numerous websites that can help you create an e-petition, which you can then send to the Council. You will need to ensure that you are aware of any terms and conditions on external websites regarding the use of your data. We cannot be held responsible for how your personal information may be used by other websites.
Your completed petition should be sent to the relevant Council's Democratic Services team.
|Petitions received by Suffolk Coastal District Council||Petitions received by Waveney District Council|