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The Council welcomes petitions and recognises they are one way in which people can let us know of their concerns.

All petitions should comply with our petitions policy and can be related to issues that affect the residents of Essex.

If you are considering raising a petition about a planning application or planning policy document you may find it helpful, before starting, to seek additional information by sending an email to: mineralsandwastedm@essex.gov.uk for applications or mineralsandwastepolicy@essex.gov.uk for policy documents. If possible, please quote the application reference or document title in your email and also please use it in the text of your e-petition if you decide to raise one.

By signing an e-petition you agree that your e-mail address may be shared with other signatories to that petition in any electronic correspondence to the lead petitioner.

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An ePetition is a petition which collects signatures online. This allows petitions and supporting information to be made available to a potentially much wider audience than a traditional paper based petition. The petitions viewed on this website are those of the lead petitioner not necessarily those of Essex County Council.
 TitleSignaturesClosing DateStatus
Page 7 of 8, showing petitions 61 to 70 of 80
ViewBRENTWOOD STATION AREA4320 Jul 2014Closed
ViewSave Essex’s Badgers from Culling 112131 May 2014Closed
ViewInstall new pedestrian crossing101 May 2014Closed
ViewBakers Lane Speed Reduction Campaign6830 Apr 2014Closed
ViewSchool Crossing Patrol on Southend Road in Billericay39122 Apr 2014Closed
ViewKeep Childrens Centres Open in Epping Forest102 Jan 2014Closed
ViewSave our youth service23231 Dec 2013Closed
ViewKeep 330 Sep 2013Closed
ViewSave Support 4 Sight's Community Services for Blind and Partially Sighted People in Essex5422 Feb 2013Closed
ViewCanvey Way to A13 New Slip Road configuration is dangerous18824 Nov 2012Closed
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