Review of Polling Districts and Polling Stations

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Brief description

We are conducting a review of polling districts and polling places in accordance with the Electoral Registration and Administration Act of 2013. The aim of the review is to ensure a) the current polling districts and stations are appropriate for the areas that they cover, b) all electors have reasonable and practicable facilities for voting and c) that, as far as is reasonable and practicable, polling places are accessible to all electors, including those who are disabled.

By completing this survey you will be assisting the council in the identification of the most suitable venues for use as a polling station.

Further information can be found in the below documents.

Notice of a Polling District Review(pdf 246kb)

Polling District and Station Proposals?(pdf 129kb)

Type of consultation
East Riding of Yorkshire
Target audience
How to get involved
Click on the link above to fill in the online survey or see details below to request a survey in any other format, such as paper version, large print or another language.
Contact details
For further information or to request the survey in a different format, please contact Iain Edmiston on (01482) 393208 or email
What you told us
Of the 19 responses, only one venue was felt to be unsuitable.Hedon Methodist Church was identified as a venue not suitable for voting as it was confusing having four polling stations in one room.
What we did next
As a result of the consultation, the recommendation is for no changes to the polling station venues. This proposal will be considered in Council Meetings, with a final decision being made in January 2020. For Hedon Methodist Church, there is usually an additional member of staff there to ensure electors are directed to the correct station. This can be reviewed to ensure that this happens.
Further information
For further information, please see the attached summary document.
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