- Voting and elections
Please note this consultation is closed
Have your say on our current polling districts and stations
A recent review by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) proposed extensive changes to Lambeth’s electoral wards. The Commission has recommended to Parliament that the number of wards in the borough increases from 21 three councillor wards to 25 wards, each served by two or three councillors.
Lambeth’s new wards will come into force at the local council elections in May 2022. As a result of the changes, a formal review of polling districts and polling places is currently taking place. This will decide polling district boundaries for each ward and designate a polling place for each polling district.
Therefore, the Council is seeking views of all Lambeth residents, community organisations, and council members alike on the current polling districts and polling places.
Take part in our consultation
Formal consultation on our draft polling districts and polling places scheme starts on Friday 29 October and ends on Tuesday 30 November.
Details of our proposals for polling districts and polling stations are available below:
- Scheme Report
- Map of Proposed Polling Districts
- Map of Current Polling Stations
- Map of Current Polling Districts
How to respond
Submit your comments and suggestions to Lambeth’s Electoral Services Team by email at email@example.com
Alternatively, written submissions can be posted to:
Lambeth Electoral Services
PO Box 734
All representations will be published on our web pages at the conclusion of the review and will be taken into account when deciding on the final scheme.