If you are registered to vote, a poll card or your postal voting
forms will be delivered to you before each election, which will
tell you when and where you can vote.
Every four years we are required to complete a review of our
polling districts, polling places and polling stations.
The last review was carried out in 2007 and we would like to
hear your views during the current review. We want to make sure we
have suitable polling district boundaries which take into account
the increases in population in certain areas following new
development. We also need to make sure we are offering the best
location; suitable premises with good access, and good transport
We would also like to try to reduce the number of schools that
have to close, and to find more permanent buildings so that we do
not have to use mobile units as polling stations. We would welcome
any suggestions for alternative buildings that may be used as
The initial consultation period started on Monday 18th July 2011
and finished on Friday 19 th August 2011.
Following this period the Electoral Review Working Group met on
a number of occasions and has recommended a number of changes to
polling districts and polling places.
Details of the recommendations to be considered by the Council
on 28th November 2011 can be viewed on:
If you would like to make any comments on the recommendations,
or have any questions, please contact Electoral Services on
firstname.lastname@example.org or 01909 533464.
Any changes to polling district boundaries or polling places
will take effect from 1st December 2011 when the next electoral
register is published.
Last Updated - 14/05/2013