Residents are being encouraged to have their say after Gedling Borough Council launched a review of where people cast their votes at elections.
A public consultation began yesterday (Monday, August 5) and will run until Monday, October 7.
The consultation is being carried out to review all of the borough’s polling stations and locations.
The council is also keen to hear from people with disabilities who may have any issues accessing their nearest polling station. The Electoral Registration and Administration Act 2013 requires local authorities to complete a review of their polling districts every five years.
In Gedling, there are over 60 polling stations, which are used for voting at local and national elections, and there are nearly 90,000 eligible voters in the borough.
To take part in the consultation residents can visit www.gedling.gov.uk/elections or email their views to email@example.com or by post to Democratic Services, Gedling Borough Council, Civic Centre, Arnot Hill Park, Arnold, Nottingham, NG5 6LU.