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Polling station review – have your say

2:25 pm, Tuesday, 3rd October 2023 - 5 months ago

Council information and partnerships

North East Lincolnshire Council is reviewing its polling stations and is asking people to come forward with their views.

The main purpose of the review is to make sure that all voters in the borough have reasonable facilities for voting and polling places are accessible to all electors.

People are invited to give their views on the current arrangements and suggest other options where possible. The closing date for suggestions is 31 October 2023.

Feedback from the survey will help shape how polling stations can be improved before the next local elections in May 2024.

Have your say at www.nelincs.gov.uk/your-council/elections-and-voting/review-of-polling-districts-and-polling-places-2023/

Information about the current polling districts, places and stations, comments from the Returning Officer and any proposed changes can also be found on the same webpage.

The council is particularly keen to hear from people with a disability and any person or group with an interest in accessibility.

Hard copies will also be made available on request from the council’s elections office at the Municipal Offices in Grimsby.

After the consultation period has ended, council officers will prepare final recommendations for future arrangements.

These will be submitted to the meeting of North East Lincolnshire Council on 14 December 2023.

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