Petitions

Slough Borough Council adopted a new petition scheme in July 2010. This scheme sets out the procedures for submitting a petition to the Council. If you would like further information on petitions please follow this link for a copy of the scheme: Slough's Petition Scheme

• Copy of the Petition Template

Paper petitions submitted to the Council are published on the Council's website.

• List of Paper Petitions

As part of the scheme Slough provides an ePetition service, which allows ePetitions to be submitted and signed. This can allow access to a petition to a wider group of people.

E-petitions started on third party websites such as change.org can be accepted provided they meet the criteria for a valid petition as set out in paragraph 5 of the Council’s scheme. For example, petitions must be submitted to democratic services and include the names and addresses of signatories so that we can verify that people who have signed the petition live, work or study in Slough.

If you have any further questions about petitions please contact Democratic Services by emailing democracy@slough.gov.uk .


Signing an ePetition
If you live, work or study in the borough and would like to sign an ePetition simply choose one from the list below.

Submitting an ePetition
To submit an ePetition please use the submit a new ePetition link below to logon. You will then be able to start a new petition. Please note you will need to be registered as a user to submit an ePetition.


Further information on any submitted petitions can be found by following the links below to each individual petition.

To submit an ePetition please use the link below to logon. You will then be able to start a new petition.


Further information on the individual petitions can be found by following the links below to each individual petition..

ePetitions
Title Respondents Deadline to sign by
Star & Garter Inn 73 20/05/2024
New parking space on Marescroft Road No: 115-137 27 Finished

The Council accepts no liability for the petitions on these web pages. The views expressed in the petitions do not necessarily reflect those of the Council.