Newport, Quendon & Rickling Neighbourhood Plan Referendum - 6 May 2021
On Thursday 6 May 2021 the Newport, Quendon & Rickling Neighbourhood Plan Referendum will take place along with the Essex County Council Election and the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex election postponed from last May.
The polling stations in these areas will therefore have more than 2 ballot papers. See the different types of ballot papers.
Further information on the neighbourhood plan is available on the Newport and Quendon & Rickling Neighbourhood Plan page.
All the important dates, such as the last day to register to vote and the closing date to apply, amend or cancel a postal vote, are available on the
Who can vote
A person is entitled to vote in the referendum on the Neighbourhood Plan for Newport and Quendon & Rickling if:
- he or she is entitled to vote in an election of any Councillor of Uttlesford Council whose area is in the Referendum area; and
- his or her qualifying address for the election is in the Referendum area. A person's qualifying address is, in relation to a person registered in the register of electors, the address in respect of which he or she is entitled to be so registered.
If you would like to check if you are registered or require a postal or proxy vote please contact email@example.com
You can register quickly using the online registration service.
How to vote at the Newport and Quendon & Rickling Neighbourhood plan referendum
The ballot paper will be to decide on the question:
"Do you want Uttlesford District Council to use the neighbourhood plan for Newport, Quendon & Rickling to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?"
Appointment of Counting Observers for the Newport, Quendon & Rickling Neighbourhood Plan Referendum, must be submitted in accordance with the legal