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Polling districts and polling places that are used at parliamentary elections are fixed by the local authority, in this case the, City of London.

Polling districts are geographical areas created by sub-dividing the City of London electoral area into smaller parts for voting in national elections. Each polling district must be allocated a polling place which is a building or area in which the polling stations will be situated. Currently the City is subdivided into four Polling Districts each with a polling place.

The Electoral Registration and Administration Act 2013 established the timing of compulsory reviews of UK Parliamentary polling districts and polling places. The last review took place in 2014. The next compulsory
 review must be started and completed between 1 October 2018 and 31
January 2020 (inclusive).