Norwich City Council inviting views on current polling processes
Norwich City Council is inviting views on its review of polling places and polling stations that are currently used for elections held in the city.
As part of a four-yearly review the city council are carrying out a consultation and inviting people within the city council electoral area and Norwich North parliamentary constituency to offer their views.
The views of people that have expertise in accessing premises or facilities for people with disabilities are also being sought.
The city council's returning officer, local political parties, MPs, MEPs and councillors will also be consulted.
Information can be collected from City Hall on St Peters Street, Norwich or from the city electoral services pages on www.norwich.gov.uk
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The consultation is running until Friday, September 2, responses should give alternative places that can be used as polling stations and be either sent in writing to: Polling review, electoral services, City Hall, Norwich, NR2 1NH or emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
A cross-party polling stations review group will consider all comments received and make recommendations on possible changes to polling districts, polling places and polling stations, if required, to council on 27 September.
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Electoral Commission guidance on the review is available at www.electoralcommission.org.uk