Please see the press release from Charnwood Borough Council regarding the Solar Together Leicestershire scheme which helps people looking to make an investment in solar panels on their house and battery storage systems for a reduced rate.
Please see below the Statement of Persons Nominated for Wreake Valley Ward.
Please see below for the Notice of Uncontested Election for East Goscote.
Please see attached the Notice of Election for the local elections on Thursday 4th May 2023.
From 4 May 2023 you’ll need to show photo ID when voting in person in some UK elections or referendums.
You’ll need one of the following types of photo ID to vote:
- a UK or Northern Ireland photocard driving licence (full or provisional)
- a driving licence issued by the EU, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, the Isle of Man, or any of the Channel Islands
- a UK passport
- a passport issued by the EU, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, or a Commonwealth country.
- a PASS card (National Proof of Age Standards Scheme)
- a Blue Badge
- a biometric residence permit (BRP)
- a Defence Identity Card (MOD form 90)
- a national identity card issued by the EU, Norway, Iceland, or Liechtenstein
- a Northern Ireland Electoral Identity Card
- a Voter Authority Certificate
- an Anonymous Elector’s Document
You can also use one of the following travel passes as photo ID when you vote:
- an older person’s bus pass
- a disabled person’s bus pass
- an Oyster 60+ card
- a Freedom Pass
- a Scottish National Entitlement Card (NEC)
- a 60 and Over Welsh Concessionary Travel Card
- a Disabled Person’s Welsh Concessionary Travel Card
- a Northern Ireland concessionary travel pass
The photo on your ID must look like you. You can still use your ID even if it has expired.
If you do not have a type of photo ID that allows you to vote, you can apply for a Voter Authority Certificate.
Please see the press release from National Highways regarding essential work taking place on the A46 from 27th February.
Please see the below Advance Notice of a Temporary Traffic Regulation Order from Leicestershire County Council.
Please see the press release from National Highways regarding essential maintenance works.