Notice of review of polling districts and polling places
Following the Local Government Boundary Commission’s review, the number of wards in the Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames will increase from 16 to 19 at the next council elections in May 2022.
The council is now reviewing all the polling districts and places used at elections to take account of these new ward boundaries - this means that the location of Polling Stations could change.
To see the proposed changes and to make any comments you might have, visit here.
The council welcomes proposals and/or comments from any interested person about any aspect of the polling districts or polling places to be used at future elections.
Proposals and comments are particularly sought from Disabled residents, and from individual people or interested groups and organisations who have experience in making facilities and premises accessible, particularly for Disabled people.
Anyone commenting on the suitability of existing or proposed polling places is asked to provide suggestions for alternative venues, where possible, to assist the review process.
You can also send responses in writing to the Electoral Services team until 19 November 2021.
By post: Polling District and Places Review Electoral Services, Guildhall, 2 High Street, Kingston Upon Thames, KT1 1EU
By email: Subject Polling Review to [email protected]
Online: When we publish our proposals, you will also be able to make comment online at www.kingstonletstalk.co.uk/
Please note that all proposals and comments received will be published and available to view on the council’s website at the conclusion of the review.
Proposals will also be available to view in person, at the following libraries:
- Hook and Chessington Library
- Kingston Library
- Old Malden Library
- Surbiton Library
- Tudor Drive Library
or by appointment at our offices.To make an appointment please phone 020 8547 5026.