Introduction to Petitions to Rotherham MBC
Petitions to the Council must include:
The council welcomes petitions which are created and submitted through our website below. E-petitions must follow the same guidelines outlined above. The petition organiser will need to provide us with their name and email address. You will also need to decide how long you would like your petition to be open for signing.
When you create an e-petition, it may take 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 the public to sign. If we feel we cannot publish your petition for some reason, we will contact you within this time to explain why. You will then be able to change and re-submit your petition if you wish.
When an e-petition has closed for signing, it will automatically be submitted to Democratic Services in the same way as a paper petition, you will receive an acknowledgement within five working days.
Paper petitions should be accompanied by the contact details of the lead petitioner, including an address and/or telephone/email details. This is the person the Council will contact to explain the process for considering petitions. The contact details of the lead petitioner or any of the petitioners will not be published by the Council. If the petition does not identify a lead petitioner, we will contact signatories to the petition to agree who should act as the lead petitioner.
|Title||Respondents||Deadline to sign by|
|Revise the conditions for asking questions at public meetings||27||12/08/2022|
|Hold a public debate about the progress the Council has made in tackling Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) since the Jay Report in 2014||22||01/10/2022|