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Consultations and other ways to get involved
The Consultation and Engagement Strategy details our processes and actions around ways to get involved.
To view this, please visit the Consultation and Engagement Strategy page on the left hand side.
To find out more about current consultations and the results of past consultations, please visit "Consultation Finder" (this will open an external link).
If you are interested in giving your views but don't have much time, please spend a moment to complete an online poll - it's just one quick question. Please select 'online polls' on the left hand side.
Discussions and keeping up to date
There are other methods of getting involved such as via Facebook and Twitter, blogging and alerts. Keep up to date with the latest news, the Council publishes weekly news bulletins and quarterly Bexley magazines online. For more information visit our 'Get Connected' page located under related articles on the right hand side.
Other ways to get involved
There are many other ways to get involved such as interaction with Bexley Community Policing Engagement Group or Bexley Safer Neighbourhoods teams, contacting your local councillor or attending Council meetings. For more information, please visit the hyperlinks provided under 'Related links' and 'Related articles' located on the right hand side.
This list is not exhaustive and there will often be other opportunities from time to time.
For further information, please contact the Consultation team - contact details are listed on the right.