Parish Council Elections – 3 May 2018
Notice of Uncontested Election
Download the Notice of Uncontested Election for Elvetham Heath Parish Council here.
3 May 2018 is election day for the Parish Council. As no more than 7 people put themselves forward, no election will take place for Elvetham Heath Parish Council on polling day.
Elections will still take place for Hart District Council on 3 May.
Local Election timetable
|Now||Download nomination papers from Electoral Commission website here.|
|13 March 2018||Nomination papers available from Hart District Council. More information is available here.|
|27 March 2018||Nomination papers can now be submitted by hand to Hart District Council|
|6 April 2018 – 4pm||Closing date for submission of nomination papers|
|6 April 2018 – 4pm||Last opportunity for withdrawal of nomination papers|
|9 April||Publication of Statement of Persons Nominated|
|3 May 2018||Polling Day (7am – 10pm)|
|21 May 2018||Meeting of Elvetham Heath Parish Council|
Parish Council Wards
For the first time the Parish has been split into two wards: East and West to coincide with the county council divisions.
The dividing line goes through the nature reserve and along Elvetham Heath Way. Three councillors represent the East Ward, four the West.
What do Parish Council and Local Councillors do?
Elvetham Heath is a great place to live and being a Parish councillor is about being involved in your local community. It does not have to take up much of your time but the more you can put in, the more you will get out.
Read an overview of Elvetham Heath Parish Council here.
For more information on local councils and the role of local councils download the guide developed by the National Association of Local Councils here.
To find out more about the work of local councils and the part you can play as a councillor in the tier of local government closest to the people read the Good Councillors Guide here.
Read the qualifications required to become a councillor here.
Read Hart District Council’s guidance for candidates here.
The Electoral Commission website has extensive guidance and resources for councillors here.