The City of London Corporation is required to sub-divide its area into polling districts which are used at Parliamentary and GLA elections, and to designate polling places for each of those districts. The Representation of the People Act 1983 requires the City of London Corporation to conduct a full statutory review of the existing arrangements.
Please note that this review is not looking at the polling places used at City Ward elections. It is also unconnected to the review into Parliamentary Constituency boundaries that is currently being undertaken by the Boundary Commission for England and Wales.
The framework of the review
- Publication of Notice of Review 3 October 2011
- Publication of (Acting) Returning Officer Report 3 October 2011
- Consultation Period 3 October 2011 - 28 October 2011
- Final Report on the future arrangements December 2011
The (Acting) Returning Officer's Report
The (Acting) Returning Officer for the Cities of London and Westminster parliamentary constituency has commented on the existing arrangements and made his proposals for future. These are contained in the (Acting) Returning Officer's Report (67kb)
Information in connection with the review
Below are various maps and statistics and other information relating to the review.
Final report on future arrangements
Following the consultation period, City of London officers will formulate a final recommendation for future arrangements taking into consideration the (Acting) Returning Officer’s proposals and other representations received. This will be submitted to the Policy and Resources Committee in December for the Committee's approval.
On completion of the review, the City of London must give reasons for the decisions taken and publish all representations made and correspondence received.
If you have any queries regarding this review please contact Seth Alker, Electoral Services Manager on 020 7332 1430 or email@example.com