Features of dielectric response to frequencies in the 0.25.1000 Hz range in ceramic samples of BaBi2Nb2O9,
Na0,5Bi8.5Ti2Nb4O27, Na0,5Bi8.5Ti2Ta4O27, and K0,5Bi8.5Ti2Nb4O27 compounds are reported. Considerable relaxation of &egr;'(T) and &egr;"(T) maximums has been observed at all frequencies in BaBi2Nb2O9. Na0,5Bi8.5Ti2Nb4O27 and Na0,5Bi8.5Ti2Ta4O27 are characterised by broad maximums on &egr;'(T) at frequencies below 100 Hz and a weak anomaly in K0,5Bi8.5Ti2Nb4O27 at temperatures well below the paraelectric phase transition. Increasing values of &egr;' are observed at
low temperatures in compounds containing sodium. The observed features of dielectric response are explained by largescale
charge fluctuations in layered ferroelectrics.