Most people vote at their local polling station. You can also vote by post or by proxy.

Vote at a polling station

Your polling station will usually be your local school or community centre. The polling stations are usually open from 7am to 10pm on election day.

Find your polling station

You don't need to take any ID or your poll card with you.

Download a list of polling districts and stations

Vote by proxy

Proxy voting means appointing somebody else to vote for you on your behalf if you can't get to your polling station. You must both be registered to vote but your proxy doesn't have to live in Royal Greenwich.

Your proxy will be sent a proxy poll card, telling them where and when to vote. You must let your proxy know which candidate or party you want them to vote for on your behalf.

The deadline to apply for a proxy vote for the local elections 2018 has passed.

Apply to vote by proxy (Your Vote Matters website)

Vote by post

You can apply to vote by post if you aren't able to get to the polling station on election day.

If you forget to send your postal vote, you can hand it in at a polling station on the day.

The deadline to apply for a postal vote for the local elections 2018 has passed.

Find out more information about ways to vote on Gov.UK