London Borough of Croydon

If you live in the Norbury and Pollards Hill ward and you're a UK, eligible Commonwealth, Irish or European Union citizen then you can vote at this election, but only if you are registered to vote and aged 18 or over on 14 March 2019.

Following the recent death of Margaret Mansell, Councillor for the Ward of Norbury and Pollards Hill, a by-election will now take place to fill the vacancy for a new Councillor on Thursday 14 March 2019. The Notice of Election has been published and can be viewed at the bottom of this page.

Candidates

The Statement of Persons Nominated listing the candidates standing in the election has now been published following the close of nominations. A copy can also be found displayed at the Town Hall, Katharine Street, Croydon, CR9 1DE.

The Notice of Election Agents displaying the names and office addresses of appointed Election Agents for this election can also be found below.

Registering to vote

Residents living in the Norbury and Pollards Hill ward who are UK, eligible Commonwealth, Irish or European Union citizens, and aged 18 or over on 14 March 2019 will be able to vote at this election, but only if they are registered to vote.

Poll cards will be sent to all electors who are already registered around Monday 11 February 2019.

The deadline for new applications to register to vote in this election is midnight on Tuesday 26 February 2019. Find out how to register to vote.

Voting in person at the polling station

There are 5 polling stations in the ward; electors must vote at their allocated polling station which will be detailed on the poll card. Polling stations will be open between 7am and 10pm on Thursday 14 March 2019.

You do not need to take your poll card or any other ID to vote.

Voting by post

Electors with an existing postal voting arrangement do not need to reapply for this election.

The deadline for new postal vote applications, or to change or cancel an existing postal voting arrangement, is 5pm on Wednesday 27 February 2019.

Postal votes will be sent out around Friday 1 March 2019 and completed postal votes must be received by no later than 10pm on polling day, Thursday 14 March 2019.

More information on postal voting, including an application to vote by post form, can be found on our postal voting page.

Please note, if you have received a Postal Vote Refresh Form inviting you to supply a new postal vote signature by 14 March 2019 (due to your postal vote being 5 years old) your postal vote will be unaffected by this process for this election unless you decide to cancel or change your postal voting arrangements by the postal vote deadline for this election: 5pm on Wednesday 27 February 2019.

Voting by proxy

Electors may appoint a proxy (someone to vote on their behalf) if they are unable to attend their polling station to vote themselves. The deadline for new proxy vote applications is 5pm on Wednesday 6 March 2019.

It is possible to apply for a proxy vote after 5pm on Wednesday 6 March 2019 but only if the elector is unable to attend the polling station because of a physical incapacity or absence in relation to occupation, employment or service that occurred after 5pm on Wednesday 6 March 2019.

More information on postal voting, including an application to vote by proxy form, can be found on our proxy voting page.

Downloads

Help downloading files