On Thursday 4 July there are elections to vote for the Members of the UK Parliament.

Who can vote in the election?

So long as you are registered, you can vote in the election if you are:

  • Over 18 and either:
  • A British Citizen residing in the United Kingdom or overseas or
  • A Qualifying Commonwealth Citizen (including Cyprus and Malta) or
  • A Citizen of the Republic of Ireland

Please note: European Union citizens are not entitled to vote in this election.

Voting

Following Constituency boundary changes, Bromley has responsibility for three constituencies:

  • Beckenham and Penge
  • Bromley and Biggin Hill
  • Orpington

Royal Borough of Greenwich has responsibility for one constituency:

  • Eltham and Chislehurst - which contains the Bromley wards of Mottingham and Chislehurst

Maps of the constituencies

In each constituency there will be one ballot paper - you will have one vote for the candidate of your choice.

Before the election a poll card will be sent to everyone who is eligible to vote.  Ordinary poll cards show when, where and how to vote.  The card is for information only and you do not need it to vote.

Voter ID

Following the introduction of the Elections Act 2022 electors must show one of the valid forms of ID to be able to vote a polling station at this election.

If electors do not have any of the accepted forms of ID they can apply for a Voter Authority Certificate (VAC).

More information on Voter ID and how to apply for a Voter Authority Certificate

Polling Stations

There are three polling stations that need to be changed for these elections. These are the same polling stations that were used at the Greater London Authority Elections in May.

Ward and Polling District Ordinary Arrangement Amendment made Arrangement for this Election
Beckenham Town and Copers Cope
BEC3
Beckenham United Reformed Church Hall
Oakhill Road
BR3 6NQ
Change of Polling Place Christ Church Beckenham
(Lea Wilson Hall)
Entrance in Fairfield Road
Beckenham
BR3 3LE
Clock House
CLH5
Beckenham Library
Beckenham Road
Beckenham
BR3 4PE
Change of Polling Place Lewis House
(Main Room)
30 Beckenham Road
Beckenham
BR3 4LS
Penge and Cator
PEC5
Melvin Hall
Melvin Road
London
SE20 8EU
Change of Polling Place Christ Church Anerley
(The Hive)
Entrance in Maple Road
London
SE20 8ER

Find your polling station

Postal Votes

You can apply to vote by post.

To ensure that you receive your postal vote at the earliest opportunity, please apply as soon as you can.

Please note that Postal Vote packs cannot be printed until nominations close, which means that some of these may not dispatched until 7 to 10 days before the day of poll. Specific dates will be updated, when known, in the key dates below.

If this is not suitable, for example, because you are a UK voter living overseas or are going on holiday before this time you may wish to apply for a proxy vote instead.

Proxy Voting

You can apply to vote by proxy. This is a person who you choose to vote on your behalf at your polling station.

Please note the deadlines to apply for a Postal Vote, a Proxy Vote or to cancel or amend an existing arrangement are listed in the ‘Key Dates’ below

Key Dates

Notice of Election published

Friday 31 May 2024

Main dispatch of poll cards by Royal Mail

TBC

Deadline for Nominations

4pm Friday 7 June 2024

Statement of Persons Nominated published

5pm Friday 7 June 2024

First Dispatch of postal votes to long term postal voters

TBC

Deadline for applications to register to vote

Tuesday 18 June 2024

Deadline for new applications to vote by Post or Postal Proxy

5pm, Wednesday 19 June 2024

Deadline to amend or cancel existing Postal, Proxy or Postal Proxy votes

5pm, Wednesday 19 June 2024

Second Dispatch of postal votes

TBC

Deadline to apply for a Voter Authority Certificate

5pm, Wednesday 26 June 2024

Deadline for new applications to vote Proxy

5pm, Wednesday 26 June 2024

First date that electors can apply for replacements for lost postal votes  

Friday 28 June 2024

Polling Day

7am to 10pm Thursday 4 July 2024

Deadline for applications for an Emergency Proxy Vote

5pm Thursday 4 July 2024

Deadline for electors to apply for replacement lost/spoilt postal votes

5pm Thursday 4 July 2024

Count and Results declared*

Thursday 4 July 2024

Notice of Election Agent

View notices of Election Agents

Statement of persons nominated

View statements of persons nominated