Elections and voting
EU Referendum – 23 June 2016
The referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union was held on Thursday 23 June 2016.
The local results for the EU Referendum are available below:
Registering to vote
If you are a British, Commonwealth or European Citizen, 18 years old or over and
permanently living at your address then you are eligible to register on the Electoral
Register and vote in elections held within the London Borough of Camden boundaries.
Residents who have just moved into the borough or have moved within the borough need to register at their new address. This is now a very quick and easy process which can be done online. You will need to provide your National Insurance number and date of birth as part of your application.
Find out more about registering to vote
Visit GOV.UK to register to vote
Applying to vote by post
If you cannot or do not wish to attend your polling station, you can apply for a postal vote (once you have registered to vote):
- download: postal vote application form (PDF)
KENTISH TOWN NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING REFERENDUM – 9 JUNE 2016
The Neighbourhood Planning Referendum for the Kentish Town area was held on Thursday 9 June 2016. The result was as follows:
90.9% of the votes cast voted in favour of the Council using the Neighbourhood
Plan to help decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area.
Information about elections and voting
Elections and voting information
- Find your ward and ward map
- Elections and voting (FAQs)
voting (Proxy and postal voting)
- Tell us what you think of electoral services
- Referendum figure for Elected Mayor
- Review of Polling Districts and Polling Stations 2014
- Electoral law