Upcoming elections

Voter ID is now required for all voters at polling stations in all elections.

Apply for free voter ID if you do not have one

Local elections

The Royal Borough of Greenwich holds elections for local councillors every four years. The next full ones are May 2026.

View the results for the 2022 local elections

Lee Neighbourhood Area Plan Referendum

There will be a referendum on whether you wish to adopt the Lee Neighbourhood plan on 15 February 2024.

Only local government electors are eligible to vote. If you are an existing postal voter, that is how you can vote. Voters in person will need to show eligible photo ID.

Register to vote or apply for a postal or proxy vote or free voter ID.

View details of the Lee Neighbourhood Planning Referendum

Mayor of London and London Assembly elections

The next Mayor of London and London Assembly elections will be held on Thursday, 2 May 2024.

Information about Mayor of London and London Assembly elections

General Elections (Elections of MPs to the Westminster Parliament)

Parliaments last for up to five years. As the last election was in December 2019, the next election is due by January 2025.

The Boundary Commission for England has redrawn the parliamentary boundaries. These will apply at the next General Election. 

View the new boundaries