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Petitions Scheme

Information on how to submit a petition to South Derbyshire District Council.

At the bottom of the page under 'Related Documents' is a document explaining the process for submitting a petition to the Council.

Our E-Petitions scheme also allows you to submit a petition on-line.

Petition 1 - received 20 April 2011

Subject of the petition:

"We the undersigned, being responsible dog owners, would like South Derbyshire District Council to consider providing us with a fenced off area of Eureka Park. This will enable us to exercise our dogs in a safe environment away from children and other park users and away from all the broken glass that keeps occurring from people that are drinking alcohol in a place where this activity is supposed to be banned. It will enable us to keep all the dogs in a specific area and make sure any dog mess is cleared up."

Number of signatures: 120

This petition is now closed

Petition 2 - received 17 June 2011

Subject of the petition:

"We, being residents of Stenson Fields, ask Derbyshire County Council to provide a bus shelter at the Pilgrims Way bus-stop on Grampians Way between Pilgrims Way and Stenson Road to enable users to be protected from the weather".

Number of signatures: 166

Response to petition:  A bus shelter was installed on 31 August 2011 outside 297 Pilgrims Way, Stenson Fields 

This petition is now closed

Petition 3 - received 3 August 2011

Subject of the petition:

"We, the undersigned call upon South Derbyshire District Council to take responsibility for all the trees at Stenson Fields (including those owned by Derbyshire County Council) and to replace all trees considered to be forest trees with more appropriate smaller species".

Number of signatures: 33

This petition is now closed

Petition 4 - received 11 October 2011

Subject of the petition:

"This petition is signed by residents of Arliston Drive, Derbyshire, who have concerns for the safety of their children and families due to the use of the road by articulated trucks, particularly as the adjacent playing field, car park and play area are nearing completion. The field and play area will encourage children to flock to the area, therefore, increasing the risks of injuries/accidents if trucks continue to use this road as a truck stop, turning point or diversion.
Will the car park, once completed, have any barriers in place to prevent trucks parking up all day/overnight or as a turning circle? Not only trucks, without barriers, this will be an ideal location for relocation of travellers within South Derbyshire.
We expect the council and developers to acknowledge our concerns and act accordingly".

Number of signatures: 30

This petition is now closed

Petition 5 - received 15 February 2012

Subject of the petition:

“We the undersigned would like to raise an objection to the siting of a bus shelter on Arleston Lane opposite the bottom of Derwent Drive.
The reason for this objection is that we believe that it could become a gathering point for the youth of the area when the service ceases after 6.00 pm which could cause noise and disruption to the neighbouring houses”.

Number of signatures: 41

This petition is now closed

Petition 6 - received 29 February 2012

Subject of the petition:

“We the undersigned as residents of Castle Hill, Findern, would like to petition South Derbyshire District Council to provide adequate and safe parking for the street that allows for safe passage of emergency vehicles, clear and safe access to private driveways and accommodate residents’ vehicles as current street parking does not provide this.”

Number of signatures: 41

This petition is now closed 

Petition 7 - received 5 March 2012

Subject of the petition:

“We the undersigned ask that a bus shelter be provided for the convenience of residents on Grampian Way, Stenson Fields, Derby (west of and adjacent to Glencroft Drive on the southern side of Grampian Way).

Number of signatures: 95 

This petition is now closed


 

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Related documents

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