A number of Sipson residents have contacted us with concerns about proposals to remove the polling station in Sipson. At present, your polling station is at the Sipson Christian Fellowship, Sipson Lane.
The Tory-led council are proposing changes that would make it much harder for some local residents to vote in elections. If their proposals are accepted, Sipson residents would need to travel all the way to Cherry Lane School in West Drayton to cast their vote.
We’ve written to the council to raise concerns about these plans. As well as inconveniencing hundreds of residents, these changes will cause great difficulty for residents with mobility issues and those who do not drive.
The council is accepting comments on the proposals from residents and we would urge you to have your say – don’t let the Tories take your polling station away.
Representations can be made in writing (before 30th September) to:
London Borough of Hillingdon – Electoral Services
Uxbridge, UB8 1UW
or by email at email@example.com
We hope you find this helpful. If you have any problems relating to this or any other local issue, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Cllrs Manjit Khatra, Peter Money and June Nelson
Your Heathrow Villages Labour Councillors