Details of voting in the 21 June 2018 referendum
Who is eligible? All eligible voters on the Electoral Register whose residence is within the Plan area. Voters who are on the electoral roll do not have to re-register or take any other action in order to be able to vote. Please note that the boundaries of the Plan area are not the same as those of Hampstead Town ward. Small parts of Gospel Oak ward and of Frognal and Fitzjohns ward are within the Plan area. Also, Church Row and Perrin's Walk are not within the Plan area as those streets established their own Neighbourhood Forum. A map of the Plan area can be viewed here.
When can I vote? Between 7am and 10pm on 21 June 2018.
Where can I vote? The only polling station will be at Burgh House, New End Square, NW3 1LT.
What about postal votes? Any voters who already have an existing postal vote will receive voting papers via post as usual. If you don't post your postal vote, you can still take it to the polling station at Burgh House by 10pm on 21 June.
Want to change to postal vote or proxy? The deadlines to apply for postal and proxy votes have now passed.
Polling cards All eligible voters have been sent polling cards. If voting in person, the polling card does not have to be taken to the polling station, but it saves time if you take it and show it to the clerk.
The ballot paper is a simple Yes/No question asking whether voters want the Council to adopt the Hampstead Neighbourhood Plan.
Unsure if you are eligible? There is no online facility to check this. Telephone 020 7974 4444, the main Camden number, and ask the operator to help. The operators have a ‘look up’ system of the Electoral Register.
Have a question? Email Electoral.email@example.com.