Borough Council Election 2 May 2019


1.What elections are taking place?

Who is Standing?

3.Working at the elections

4.Voting at the elections

5. Useful Information
 

What elections are taking place?

There are elections for all 19 Borough Wards with one vacancy in each. The Councillors who are up for election this year are shown below.

Councillors up for election in 2019. (PDF, 11KB)

There are also a number of Parish Councils where elections will be taking place.

Parishes up for election (PDF, 45KB)

There is also a Neighbourhood Plan Referendum for Ravenstone taking place on 2 May. For more information about this please go to https://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/planning-and-building/planning-policy/ravenstone-neighbourhood-plan

Notice of Referendum for Ravenstone NPR (PDF, 58KB)

Ravenstone NPR Information Statement (PDF, 617KB)
 

Who is standing?

Close of nominations was 4.00pm on 3 April.

The candidates for the Borough Council Elections are below.

Borough Notices of Poll (PDF, 334KB)

Borough Statements of Persons Nominated (PDF, 187KB)

Notice of Election Agents (PDF, 90KB)

There are 9 contested parish elections. Details of all those standing in the Parish elections are below.

Parish Notices of Poll (PDF, 136KB)

Parish Statement of persons Nominated (PDF, 450KB)

Astwood & Hardmead Statement of Persons Nominated (PDF, 10KB)

 

To view the Registration Officers Privacy Statement please go to https://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/your-council-and-elections/elections-and-register-to-vote/electoral-registration-officer-returning-officer-privacy-notice

Voting at the elections

It is now too late to Register to vote on 2 May 2019.

Polling stations will be open from 7.00am until 10.00pm. Details of your polling station will be on your poll card .A list of the polling stations is below.

Polling Stations (XLSX, 19KB)

It is too late to apply to vote by post at these elections or by Proxy unless either a medical emergency or you have been called away for work since 5.00pm on Wednesday 24 April 2019. Please contact 01908 254706 for an emergency proxy application.

Useful Information

Mencap and Electoral Commission easy read guide to the 2019 local elections (PDF, 2.9MB)

 

Last Updated: 25 April 2019