Have your say on future of polling stations in Southampton as part of huge review

Major review of city polling stations

Major review of city polling stations

First published in News Daily Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Political reporter

A city-wide review of polling stations in Southampton is taking place - and your views are wanted.

The city council is carrying out an assessment of polling stations and districts, which it is required to do every five years.

There are currently 95 polling districts with their own stations across the city.

The council wants to find out if all residents have adequate facilities for voting and also if district sizes are correct.

Consultation on the review ends on September 16 and residents can fill in a form online at Southampton.gov.uk/council-partners/ElectoralServices/Review/formsanddocs.aspx or pick up copies at the civic centre, Bitterne Library, Shirley Library and the Central Library.

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