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Public Petitions

The Glasgow City Integration Joint Board aims to provide good quality services that are easy to access and meet the health and social care needs of the people of Glasgow.

The public petitions process plays a key part in these aims by encouraging people to participate fully in the decision making process, either individually or as part of a group.

If you would like to submit a public petition to the Integration Joint Board, then before preparing and submitting a petition, please read the following guidance and instructions:

The guidance makes clear what issues will be considered. A public petition should not be the first step for an individual or group to raise a complaint with the Integration Joint Board.

When you are satisfied that your public petition meets the conditions outlined in the guidance, then you should submit the petition form to:

Senior Officer (Governance Support)
Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership
Commonwealth House
32 Albion Street
G1 1LH

You can also email your public petition to

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