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Neighbourhood planning referendums

Current neighbourhood planning referendums in Rutland

Details about any upcoming Neighbourhood Plan referendums will be published on this page.

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Market Overton Neighbourhood Plan Referendum

The Market Overton Neighbourhood Plan referendum will take place on Thursday 23 February 2023 for residents to decide on the question:

'Do you want Rutland County Council to use the neighbourhood plan for the Parish of Market Overton to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?'

Download the Notice of Referendum – Market Overton

Find out more about the Market Overton Neighbourhood Plan

To vote in this referendum, you must be registered to vote by no later than midnight on 7 February 2023.

Postal and postal proxy voting

To vote by post, we must have received your postal vote application by 5pm on Wednesday 8 February 2023.

If your proxy wants to vote by post, you must appoint them before they can apply to vote by post - make sure you leave enough time for this. The deadline for them to apply is Wednesday 8 February 2023.

All postal votes will be sent out on or around 23 January 2023.

As there’s still potential for ongoing industrial action by the Royal Mail, we recommend that you return your postal vote as soon as possible. You can use priority post boxes (which have later collection times) as elections are classed as priority mail – find your nearest priority post box.

You can also deliver your postal vote by hand to:

  • our Catmose offices, any day up until 10pm on polling day (23 February 2023)
  • the polling station, on polling day until 10pm (23 February 2023)

From 17 February 2023, you can email elections@rutland.gov.uk if your postal vote:

  • is lost
  • is damaged - you'll need to return your damaged postal vote and bring proof of your identity to collect the replacement
  • has been stolen
  • has not arrived

To cancel your postal vote, email elections@rutland.gov.uk or call our elections team on 01572 722 577 by 5pm on Wednesday 8 February 2023.   If you do not cancel your postal vote by this date, you will not be able to vote at your polling station.

Proxy voting

To vote by proxy, we must receive your application by 5pm on 15 February 2023.

To change or cancel your proxy, you must have emailed elections@rutland.gov.uk or called our elections team on 01572 722 577 by 5pm on Wednesday 8 February 2023. If you do not change or cancel your proxy vote by this date, your proxy will not be able to vote on your behalf at a polling station

Polling stations

Find your polling station

Langham Neighbourhood Plan referendum

The Langham Neighbourhood Plan referendum will take place on 15 December 2022 for residents to decide whether to adopt the Langham Neighbourhood Plan.

Download the Notice of Referendum - Langham Neighbourhood Plan Area

Download the Notice of Poll and Situation of Polling Stations

To vote in this referendum, you must be registered to vote.

Find your polling station

Postal and postal proxy voting

To vote by post, we must have received your postal vote application by 5pm on 30 November 2022.

If your proxy wants to vote by post, you must appoint them before they can apply to vote by post - make sure you leave enough time for this. The deadline for them to apply was 30 November 2022.

All postal votes were sent out on 2 December 2022.

If no agreement is made in the Royal Mail pay dispute, strikes are planned on Friday 9, Sunday 11, Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 December - we recommend you return your postal vote as soon as possible to try and avoid the Royal Mail strike action. You can deliver your postal vote by hand to:

  • our Catmose offices, any day until 10pm on polling day (15 December 2022)
  • the polling station, on polling day until 10pm (15 December 2022)

From 9 December, you can email elections@rutland.gov.uk if your postal vote:

  • is lost
  • is damaged - you'll need to return your damaged postal vote and bring proof of your identity to collect the replacement
  • has been stolen
  • has not arrived

To cancel your postal vote, you needed to email elections@rutland.gov.uk or call our elections team on 01572 722 577 by 5pm on 30 November 2022.   If you did not cancel your postal vote by this date, you will not be able to vote at your polling station.

Proxy voting

To vote by proxy, we must receive your application by 5pm on 7 December 2022.

To change or cancel your proxy, you must have emailed elections@rutland.gov.uk or called our elections team on 01572 722 577 by 5pm on 30 November 2023. If you did not change or cancel your proxy vote by this date, your proxy will not be able to vote on your behalf at a polling station

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