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On 7 May this year, there will be Parliamentary, district and parish elections held throughout the whole of the district.

A copy of the timetable for these elections and a set of nomination papers for each election can be found below. Detailed guidance for candidates and agents can be obtained on the Electoral Commission website.

During the election period, other notices such as the statement of persons nominated will be added to this page.

what to do next...

  • Find out who is nominated for the Parliamentary election for the Broadland and Norwich North constituencies from the 'documents' section below. You can also download the situation of polling stations and notices of poll
  • For further general information and advice please see the other 'election' pages under related pages
  • For additional information and advice contact Electoral Services

further information

Broadland District Council runs the elections for the Broadland area.

types of elections

Local elections - Broadland District Council

Broadland District Council is made up of 47 Members representing 27 wards, they are elected every four years. The next planned elections will take place on Thursday 7 May 2015.

Norfolk County Council

Every four years there is an election for the 84 County Councillors who represent their communities in Norfolk. The next planned Norfolk County elections will be in May 2017, the most recent ones were held on 2 May 2013. 

Parish and town councils

There are 63 parish and town councils and parish meetings in Broadland, some of these are divided into wards. The next planned parish and town council elections will be held on Thursday 7 May 2015.


Broadland District Council runs the Parliamentary elections for the Broadland and Norwich North constituencies. Parliamentary elections are held on a date decided by the Prime Minister, which must be within five years of the last General Election. The next Parliamentary Election will be on Thursday 7 May 2015.

European Parliament

Broadland District Council is responsible for conducting the European Parliamentary elections for the district within the European Parliamentary Constituency (Eastern Region), one of nine electoral regions in England. European Parliamentary elections are held every five years on a date fixed by the European Parliament and Members serve for the full five year term of office. The last European Parliamentary election was held on Thursday 22 May 2014.

Police and Crime Commissioner

The first ever election for a Police and Crime Commissioner was held on 15 November 2012. The Commissioner is accountable for how crime is tackled in their police force areas. The next planned Police and Crime Commissioner election will take place in May 2016.