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We welcome all feedback and aim to act quickly and efficiently to put things right if something goes wrong. You can make a comment, compliment or complaint about any council service but please note that complaints about adult social care, children's social care, schools, and councillors follow different procedures.
The council welcomes petitions and recognises that petitions are one way in which people can let us know their concerns.
The Queen appoints a Lord-Lieutenant as her representative in each county. In Gloucestershire this is Dame Janet Trotter DBE who was appointed in October 2010. The role is non-political and unpaid.
Giving you much more for your money
The Community Right to Challenge (CRTC) was introduced under the Localism Act 2011 and it came into force in June 2012.
The Pensions Section deals with the administration of the Local Government, Police and Fire Pension Schemes within the geographical area of Gloucestershire.