Local Elections on Thursday 3 May 2018

Published Tuesday, 1 May 2018

Every day our local councillors take vital decisions about areas such as the care of children and adults, health and wellbeing, housing, environment and the local economy...

On 3 May residents will elect councillors to represent them in each of the 22 wards across the borough. 

Those registered to vote will have received a polling card detailing at which polling station they should vote. Polling stations will be open from 7am until 10pm. Those unsure where to go, can find a polling station look-up facility at 

www.bromley.gov.uk/LocalElections2018

Don’t forget to remind family and friends to take ID to the polling station when they turn up to vote. Bromley is taking part in a Voter ID pilot at these Local Council Elections on 3 May 2018. This means that Bromley voters must produce either one form of photographic ID or two forms of non-photographic ID, one with their registered address on. The poll card counts as one. 

Anyone already registered but without any acceptable ID can still vote in these elections by applying for a Certificate of Identity. Application forms can be downloaded or obtained by contacting the council. Completed applications must be presented in person at the Civic Centre by 5pm on 2 May 2018. Full details are at www.bromley.gov.uk/VoterID

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