Local advance notices for your information
ONE: Shirley Roundabout
Temporary traffic sign as you approach the ‘Shirley Roundabout’ has mention of Lower Addiscombe Road closures 1st through 8th April.
I rang the number, it is closed at the tram crossing by Bingham Corner from 11pm each night, and is tied in with the tram works that week with no trams from midnight till 6am
A Mayor and 25 Assembly Members are elected to represent London every 4 years.
TWO: London elections
On Thursday 6 May 2021, voters in Croydon will go to the polls for the Mayor of London and Greater London Assembly elections.
A Mayor and 25 Assembly Members are elected to represent London every 4 years, Fourteen of the Assembly Members represent a constituency area. In Croydon’s case, the constituency is called Croydon and Sutton – and 11 are elected on a London-wide basis.
These elections will take place at a time when Covid-19 continues to present risks to public health.
Polling stations will be open on 6 May and will have safety measures in place; so should you wish, you will be able to vote in person. If voting in person, you are encouraged to keep yourself and others safe at the polling station by:
- Wearing a face covering
- Bringing your own pen or pencil
- Cleaning your hands when entering and leaving the polling station
- Keeping a safe distance
If you would prefer not to do so, though, there are different ways to vote – you can vote by post, or by appointing someone you trust to vote on your behalf, which is known as a proxy vote.
If you already have a postal or proxy vote arrangement in place, and your details have not changed, you don’t need to take any action. If in doubt, you can check with us at email@example.com
If you want to vote by post, please apply now.
You will be asked to give your date of birth and signature. This is a security measure, used to confirm your identity when you send in your completed postal voting pack. This information does not affect the secrecy of your vote.
Once you have completed the form and signed it, completed forms can be:
- Returned by post to The Electoral Registration Officer, Town Hall, Katharine Street, Croydon, CR9 1DE
- Scanned / photographed and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline to apply to vote by post is 5pm on 20 April.
If you register to vote by post, the postal voting pack will be sent around two weeks before polling day which will include ballot papers and instructions for how to complete and return your vote.
Further information, and the necessary forms, at www.croydon.gov.uk/election