Renfrewshire Council

​​​​​​​Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places

Every local authority is required to review its polling districts and polling places every five years. This includes current polling districts and the suitability of the buildings and rooms we use on election days for polling purposes.

Each polling district has a designated polling place for use on election days, providing suitable facilities which are accessible to all electors.

We always aim to locate polling stations within a convenient distance from the majority of electors' homes, with the premises being easy to find and accessible to all. It can be difficult to find the perfect premises and securing permission to use them, but we always aim to secure the best possible solution.

As part of the consultation, you can view our current polling district maps; our current plan, which lists current polling places; and election-specific statistics by polling district.

At a meeting on 28 September 2023, we considered a report on the first stage of the consultation process and agreed that the polling places set out in the report be approved as the draft polling scheme for public consultation.

We're keen to hear from electors, elected members, and political parties in the council area and within any of the Renfrewshire parliamentary constituencies, sharing your views on our current districts and on how to ensure our polling places are accessible for all voters.

We will acknowledge, consider, and publish all submissions we receive in a council report.


By Post:

The Election Office
Renfrewshire Council
Renfrewshire House
Cotton Street