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Draft Public Participation Strategy

Democracy is something to be valued and nurtured. At a local government level this means a commitment to listen to all voices, for those voices to be heard and to work together with our communities to explore and resolve issues of concern, promote and recognise achievements and face new challenges together.

Our Draft Public Participation Strategy sets out how we will encourage and support people to participate in our decision-making.

We appreciate that participation is a voluntary activity and not everyone will want to be involved, but we hope you find this strategy informative in terms of the processes behind our decision-making, where to find information, how you can get involved and the benefits of doing so, enabling you to have a say in what we do and how we do it.

Draft Public Participation Strategy 2023-2027

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This consultation will run from 5 December 2022 - 26 February 2023