Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places
The council has a duty to review polling districts, places and stations every five years to ensure voting arrangements remain fit for purpose and up to date.
The review runs from 11 March to 3 May 2019 and we're interested in hearing from residents who have concerns about the current location of polling stations in the borough and, in particular, issues with disabled access at polling stations.
- Polling Districts - a geographical area within an electoral ward or parliamentary constituency
- Polling Place - a location where a polling station has been situated
- Polling Station - the room where the electorate cast votes
You can download maps outlining polling districts and the locations of polling places in each of the borough's wards from the table below.
At the end of the review, the (acting) returning officers for the parliamentary constituencies of Rugby, and Kenilworth and Southam comment on proposed changes to the polling districts, places or stations, before publication of the proposals on the council's website.
Rugby Borough Council consider the proposals at a meeting of the council on 18 July 2019.
How to take part in the review
Comments and representations can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can post comments and representations to: Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places, Electoral Services, Rugby Borough Council, Town Hall, Evreux Way, Rugby, CV21 2RR.