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Have your say
Have your say on council services
There are lots of ways to make your views known to
Medway Council, whether it's to comment on a planning application,
lodge a petition for new facilities at your local park
or to tell us where we're doing a good or
This page includes links to specific projects, where
comments are currently being sought, as well as more
general information. You'll also find more about getting
in touch via social media channels like Facebook and
If there's anything else you'd like added to this page use the
contact details at the bottom of the page to get in touch.
Ask a question at a council meeting
Have your say at a council meeting
Children and Young People participation
Making a complaint about a council
Consultations and notices
Medway Sustainability Appraisal Addendum Report
consultation - Ended 25 February 2013
Housing allocations policy -
Ended 14 January 2013
Community School - Ended 9 November 2012
Council tax benefit consultation - Ended 4
Establishment of Primary Age
Academy/Free School in
Chatham - Ended 24 September 2012.
To keep up to date on new consultations plus other
council news and local events sign up to our monthly
Read about other ways Medway Council consults with residents.
Developments in your area
Comment on a planning application.
Breaches of planning conditions/unauthorised
Comment on an existing licensed premises (pubs,
restaurants, clubs etc)
Comment on new licensing applications
Comment on breaches of licenses
Make an enquiry or suggestion
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or
call 01634 333333
Setting up a residents group
Having your say as a council tenant or
Guidance on petitions including submitting them online
using our e-petition service.
Get in touch directly and join the
conversation via our Facebook pages and Twitter feeds.
Tell us something
How to contact
us online, speak to us about an issue in person or on
You said, we did
In response to your suggestions, Medway Libraries lets the
public know how your suggestions have been carried out. You can see
the results in You said, we did. Medway Libraries also
carries out regular surveys.
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