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The District Council welcomes e-petitions that are created and submitted through its website.
E-petitions must follow the same guidelines as paper petitions and combinations of the two are allowed.
As a petition organiser you will need to provide your name, postal address and email address. You will also need to decide how long you would like your petition to be open for signatures. The maximum time is six months, but you can choose a shorter or longer timeframe, which may depend on when the District Council will consider the issue you raise.
When you create an e-petition, it can take up to five working days before it is published online. This is because we have to check that the content of your petition is suitable before it is made available for signature.
If we feel we cannot publish your petition for some reason, we will contact you within this time to explain. You will be able to change and resubmit your petition if you wish.
When an e-petition has closed for signature, it will be dealt with as described in the 'Dealing with your petition' webpage and you will be kept fully informed of its progress. In the same way as a paper petition, you will receive an acknowledgement when your e-petition closes.
If you require further information please contact the Petition Officer.