Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places 2021

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England has undertaken an electoral review of the London Borough of Havering ward arrangements.

There will be an increase of wards from 18 to 20, which results in changes to the current ward boundaries and the polling districts within them.

Havering council is undertaking a review of its polling districts and also the location of polling places and stations for use at both national and local elections to mirror the changes to the ward boundaries.

Local political parties, MPs and Councillors are being consulted and views are also invited from residents, community groups and other stakeholders. 

See the full details of the ward boundaries

The changes to the wards and polling districts will be used at the local council elections on 5 May 2022.

We have launched a consultation on polling districts and polling places and stations. It runs from 19 July 2021 until 13 August 2021.

Documents will be available for public inspection at all libraries in the borough, in the Havering Election Services Office, Town Hall, Romford, RM1 3BD by appointment.

Take part in the consultation

Details of any representations received will be made available for inspection and will be published on the website at the conclusion of the review.

The outcome of this review will be reported to the us to enable the Electoral Registration Officer to make any alterations necessary to the register of electors when it is next revised on 1 December 2021.

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