Hampshire County Council welcomes petitions and recognises that they are one way in which people can let us know their concerns.
Sometimes a petition may not be the best way of making your feelings known and in addition to petitioning there are a variety of other ways in which you can bring a particular issue to our attention. You can contact your County Councillor, speak at a meeting, contribute to a formal consultation or make a written representation. To help you decide the best route to take, details of these options are on our Have Your Say web pages.
C/o Head of Democratic & Member Services
Hampshire County Council
EII Court South, The Castle
For details on how petitions work and exclusions, read the petitions scheme.
Below is a list of the Petitions received in the last 12 months together with our response.
Hampshire County Council traffic order 2014 (A3023 Havant Road, Hayling Island) – residents' petition for reversal (response pending)
Objection to Hampshire County Council highways’ proposed narrowing of Hill Road and Rectory Road, Oakley (response pending)
Mr and Mrs Morant
Mrs Gillian Noble
Reverend Iain McFarlane
Mr R O’Keeffe
Mr David White
Raymond and Irene Pratt
Ms Sara Stubbing
Mrs Frances Franklin
Ms Zahra Bagheri
Mr Edgar Moss
Mrs Wendy Jones
Miss Lisa Robbins
20mph pilot scheme in Whitchurch: this petition has been withdrawn by the lead petitioner
Mrs B Smith
Mrs J Collin