Information on how to submit petitions and campaigns to the Department for Communities and Local Government.
We will publish petitions and campaigns that have been sent by post or email to ministers in the Department for Communities and Local Government.
A petition is 1 document with a list of signatures and a campaign is a number of individual items of correspondence all about the same subject.
How to submit a petition or campaign
There are a number of ways to send petitions and campaigns to the department:
Head of Ministerial Correspondence
Department for Communities and Local Government
2 Marsham Street
If you would like to hand deliver a petition, please contact the department prior to your arrival on 030 3444 0000 to make sure that someone can collect your petition.
If you wish to petition the government online, more information can be found at Petition the government.
Publishing a petition or campaign
When we receive a petition or campaign we will publish the number of signatures, a summary of the petition (but not petitioners’ names and addresses), and our response.
We aim to reply to petitions within 20 working days. We’ll explain what we will do in response to the points made in the petition, and why.
In addition to publishing the reply online, we will send the response direct to the originator of the petition or campaign.
If you don’t want the petition, or the response, to be published online (even without the names and addresses of the petitioners), please let us know when you send us the petition.
List of petitions received by the department
|Date received||Title||Submitted by||Summary||No. of signatures||Response|
|17 Mar 2014||New Asda supermarket||Diane Morrell||Want an Asda to be built in Bath||240||response|
|2 Oct 2013||Timbersbrook Project||Mr Leo Deen||Against closure of the Timbersbrook Project||742||response|
|11 Mar 2013||Reject the Stamford Hill and North Hackney Neighbourhood Forums||Hackney Planning Watch||Against the proposed Neighbourhood Forums||750||response|
|21 Feb 2013||Exempt Hackney from new planning laws||Shoreditch Works Foundation||Proposed changes to planning rules could see the end of London’s Tech City||Over 100||response|
|29 Dec 2012||Stop the demolition of Blackpool’s ABC Theatre||Gill Payne||Against plans to demolish the building||2,493||response|
|20 Dec 2012||Save Sheffield’s Jessop Hospital building||Nicholas Roscoe||Against Sheffield University’s plan to demolish the Grade II listed Edwardian building||2,508||response|
|9 Oct 2012||Complaint against Aylesbury Vale Council||Jan Sofair||Complaint against planning decisions regarding Nash conservation area||157||response|
|26 Sept 2012||Eviction Martlett Court||Nick Scrivens||To permit Mr Siklawi to continue residing at his current address||118||response|
|26 Sept 2012||Sidmouth planning application||Alan Darrant||Requesting call-in of planning application||4,253||response|
|3 July 2012||Kingsbridge development plan||Mrs N Ghiassi, Mr T Ghiassi, Mr F Ghiassi||Objecting to sites K1-K6 in development plan||648||response|
|30 June 2011||Mr and Mrs Budhram||Tracey Egdell||Against the use of bankruptcy to collect council tax arrears in vulnerable cases||900||response|
|23 May 2011||Sutton Council Tax rise of 28%||Chris Drury||Protect against proposed Council Tax increase||800||response|
|15 May 2011||Against loss of village pub||Rick Bhatt and Charlene Vanenbrouke||Against the closure of The Chequers in Gazely, Suffolk||183||response|
|28 Mar 2011||Save Earby Community Centre||David J Hartley||Prevent the closure of the Community Centre||1,100||response|
|28 Jan 2011||Save our pub The Grosvenor Arms||Rosemary H John||Prevent the closure of the pub in Westminster||500||response|
|10 Jan 2011||It’s Nott Decent||Patricia England||To retain current spending levels for the Decent Homes programme||256||response|
|18 Nov 2010||Pavement cafes in Melton Mowbray||Dr Matthew O’Callaghan||Opposition to license pavement cafes||2,500||response|
|4 Nov 2010||Objection to W4B power station||Jack Lopresti MP on behalf of Sue Black||Opposition to proposed W4B power station in Bristol||265||response|
List of campaigns received by the department
|Date received||Title||Submitted by||Summary||No. of documents||Response|
|7 Nov 2012||Growth and Infrastructure Bill: clause 1||Manchester Friends of the Earth||Concerns that the Bill gives the Secretary of State more planning powers to bypass local council decisions||100||response|