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Polling Districts and Places will change for elections in May 2022
Following the outcome of the Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) statutory review, the new electoral arrangements for Barnet Council will come into effect at the Local Government elections on 5 May 2022.
Barnet will continue to have 63 councillors but the number of wards is increasing from 21 to 24. There will be 15 three-councillor and 9 two-councillor wards.
These changes to the warding arrangements in Barnet meant that all polling districts and polling places had to be reviewed.
Review of Polling districts and polling places
The review of polling districts and polling places will commence on Monday 11 October and last for six weeks (closing at 5pm on Friday 19 November 2021).
Barnet’s Returning Officer (RO) has made proposals for new polling districts and polling places to serve the new wards coming into effect in May 2022.
Full map of the ROs proposals for new polling district and polling places:
Detailed proposals for each ward
Making a representation:
Any elector registered in the London Borough of Barnet may make a representation on the Returning Officer’s proposals and may suggest alternative venues and locations.
If you wish to make a representation you should send it by:
- email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- writing to: Electoral Services, London Borough of Barnet, 2 Bristol Avenue, Colindale, London NW9 4EW.
In addition to this, representations on any proposed changes will be sought from persons who are considered to have particular expertise in relation to access to premises or facilities for persons who have different forms of disability.
Representations must be received by no later than 5pm on Friday 19 November 2021.
Copies of all representations received in relation to the review will be submitted to the Council’s Constitution and General Purposes Committee and will also be published and available for viewing by the general public.
After reviewing all representations received by the closing date, the Constitution and General Purposes Committee will decide whether accept and implement the Returning Officer’s proposals for polling arrangements at the meeting on 6 January 2022.