The General Election is upon us, you’re registered to vote, and you might just be wondering, well, where to vote. Especially if you’ve lost your poll card, which will tell you where you’re meant to go.
Where do I vote?
Each borough keeps their own list of polling stations, and you can find out where to vote on their website. Here are some links to help you out – the ones with a convenient postcode search are in bold.
Barking and Dagenham: list of polling stations
Barnet: situation of polling stations
Bexley: polling stations maps
Brent: find your nearest polling station
Camden: find your nearest polling station
Croydon: polling station map
Ealing: situation of polling stations
Enfield: list of polling stations
Greenwich: find your nearest polling station
Hackney: find your nearest polling station
Hammersmith & Fulham: polling station finder
Haringey: polling station map
Harrow: find your polling station
Havering: list of polling stations
Hillingdon: polling station map
Hounslow: polling station locations (scroll down!)
Islington: find my nearest polling station
Kensington & Chelsea: find my polling station
Kingston upon Thames: find nearest polling station
Lambeth: find my polling station
Lewisham: situation of polling stations
Merton: find my polling station
polling station map
Redbridge: polling station map
Richmond: find my polling station
Southwark: find my nearest polling station
Sutton: full list of polling stations
Tower Hamlets: polling station finder
Waltham Forest: find my polling station
Wandsworth: polling station locator
Westminster and City of London: polling station map
When can I vote?
Polling stations are open 7am–10pm on May 7, 2015.
Can I vote anywhere?
No, you can only vote at the correct polling station. It’s written on your poll card or you can look it up above.
Do I need ID to vote? Do I need my poll card to vote?
No, you don’t need any proof of identification. Just turn up and provide your name and address.
Can I register to vote on the day?
No, if you haven’t registered to vote, it’s too late, and you won’t be able to take part.
Still haven’t decided who’s getting your vote? Here’s what the parties are promising for London.