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  • Current ePetitions

    An e-Petition is a petition which can be signed online. The Council welcomes petitions and recognises that they are one way in which our customers can let us know of their concerns.

    e-Petitions are a quick and easy way of enabling this and demonstrates the Council's wish to involve and engage with residents and visitors to the district. Anyone who lives, works, studies or regularly visits the Bromsgrove District can submit or sign an e-Petition.

    If you create an e-Petition, you will have to provide the Council with basic details so that we can contact you about your e-Petition. Information supplied to us will only be used for this purpose, although we may need to pass your details to the relevant department should you need to be contacted about the issues raised.

    If you sign an e-Petition on this website, you will have to provide us with basic information so that we can verify the "signatures" collected are genuine. Only your name will be published on the e-Petition website.

    Any information you provide will only be used for the purpose of the e-Petition.

    To sign an e-Petition, please click on its title in the list below.

    There are no current ePetitions

    To find out more about e-Petitions, please see the introduction to e-Petitions or have a look at the e-Petition Guidance Notes to find out how the Council deals with e-Petitions.


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