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Polling districts, places and stations review

This review focuses on ensuring that all voters have reasonable and adequate voting facilities, which also cater for disabled voters. Consequently, it will consider each polling place based on:

  • general access
  • accessibility for disabled voters
  • suitability to effectively run polling
  • the electorate’s size
  • its distance from all of the polling district’s areas
  • public transport access to alternatives
  • the cost effectiveness of arrangements

Any new polling districts and polling places will become effective in time for the next scheduled election in 2020.

Comments and representations must be made in writing to the Electoral Services Office by 4pm on 8 November 2019.

Then the consultation will pause. When it reopens on 15 November, it will be possible to respond to comments which have been made.

Respond to the consultation

Alternatively, complete the below questionnaire and send it to the address provided on the form.

Respond to comments already made

Review these initial comments to the consultation, and respond to them above.

Further additional comments must be received by 4pm on 22nd November 2019 to inform the final recommendations.

The Electoral Commission can be contacted in writing to submit any representations challenging this review's results. You should clearly state the manner in which it is alleged the Council has failed to properly conduct the review:

Contact

 

Legal Counsel

The Electoral Commission
Telephone: 020 7271 0500
Address: 3 Bunhill Row, London, EC1Y 8YZ.

Fax: 020 7271 0505

Important consultation dates

Consultation timetable.
Date Action
4pm, 8 November The consultation pauses to review comments.
15 November The consultation reopens with comments from the first round, which can be responded to.
22 November The consultation closes for the last time.

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