Submitting a petition
As a Council, we are committed to our vision to establish South Ayrshire as the most dynamic, inclusive and sustainable community in Scotland. Taking part in or creating a Petition is one way that individuals, community groups and organisations can get involved in what the Council does. It allows people to raise issues of public concern and provides Councillors with the opportunity to consider the need for change. Petitions can be accepted electronically through email or in written form with details and conditions for acceptance set out below. Please ensure you familiarise yourself with the information on this page when considering creating a Petition.
Guidance documents and forms
Before you choose to create or submit a petition, please read the guidance documents and procedures below.
The Petitions Protocol contains all the necessary information for creating and submitting a Petition as well as details for attending the Panel, should you be invited along.
Submitting a Petition to be Heard at the Partnerships Panel
The council’s Partnerships Panel will consider any valid petition at their next appropriate meeting. Please download the flowchart below which outlines the procedure for submitting a petition. It is recommended you do so before sending off your completed Petitions Form.
To submit a Petition please download and complete the form below:
Once all details have been completed and signatures obtained, please submit:
Chief Executive’s Office
South Ayrshire Council
By email: Eileen.Howat@south-ayrshire.gov.uk
Attending the Partnerships Panel
Should your Petition be considered appropriate and valid, you will be invited along to the next appropriate Panel Meeting. Please familiarise yourself with the following procedure.
Following consideration of the matter before it, the Panel shall decide what further action it considers appropriate. These actions are set out in the Petitions Protocol.
Should you require any further information, please contact Committee Services at firstname.lastname@example.org