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Elections and Electoral Registration

Information about the general election on Thursday, 12 December

There are no scheduled local elections due to take place within Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council’s area until May 2022. Details of other elections taking place during 2019.

There is a referendum regarding the Chapel and Hill Chorlton, Maer and Aston, and Whitmore Neighbourhood Plan taking place on 12 December 2019 (in the Maer and Aston Parish voting area).

The Council's elections office is responsible for organising all elections held in Newcastle-under-Lyme along with maintaining an up-to-date and accurate Register of Electors.

If you are not already registered to vote you can register online at GOV.UK and fill in your name, address, date of birth and a few other details. You will be asked for your National Insurance number which can be found on your National Insurance card or in official paperwork such as payslips, letters about benefits or tax credits - but you can register if you do not have a number.

Look out for confirmation to say that you are registered.

Notice of Publication

Notice of Publication of Revised Register (PDF 10kb)

Notice of Publication of Revised Register 1 March 2018 (PDF 7kb)

The Move to All-Out Elections

A special meeting of the Borough Council took place on 25 November 2015. At this meeting, the Council decided to move to all‑out (or whole council) elections from May 2018.

Explanatory Document


Last updated 7 November 2019

 
 
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