There are different types of elections which happen at various
intervals. Elections can be called at any time so it is important
to make sure you are on the electoral register so you are able to
There will be no local elections within the Peterborough
City Council area in May 2013. This is because the council holds
local elections three years out of every four.
The next local elections for
Peterborough City Council will be held in May
2014. Information relating to these elections will commence
later this year.
Voting and the different methods you can do so.
Everyone must register as an elector in the area in which they live.
Election results for the Peterborough City Council area dating back to 2002.
There are 3 vacancies for Parish Councillors for Bretton North Parish Council.
Details of the different types of elections covering all levels of government.
The Local Government Act 2000 - Referendum Petition Notice.
All candidates and their Election Agents are required to submit a return and declaration of their expenses to the Returning Officer.
Find which ward of Peterborough you live in and who your local council representatives are
Find the location of the name of the polling district by entering the postcode of the address where you are registered as a voter.
A Community Governance Review is a review of the whole or part of the principal council’s area.