Every five years, we have to review the polling districts and polling places we use for elections.
This is to ensure that, as far as practicable:
- all our electors have reasonable facilities for voting
- all our polling stations are accessible to all electors, including people who are disabled
When using the map, you can:
- use the search bar to find your address and see what polling district you live in
use the Layers icon to add/remove the different electoral layers you would like to see on the map
use the Legend icon to display a key explaining what each layer represents
zoom in and click on the star icon to load the details for that polling station
We welcome ideas from residents as well as community groups and charities working in the area. We are particularly keen to hear from anyone who has expertise in access for people with disabilities.
We will also be inviting local support groups, political groups, councillors and educational bodies to contribute.
We will publish the Returning Officer’s initial proposals on Monday 12 August 2019.
You can then make further comments on the proposals until Monday 9 September 2019.
A committee will agree the final proposal on Wednesday 6 November 2019. We will then implement the agreed amendments from Sunday 1 December 2019. If an election is called before 1 December, we will continue to use the existing arrangements.
You can also download the official notice.