Bromley Council is asking voters to check their polling card before heading out to vote next week, after a number of recent changes to polling stations.

In light of the restrictions posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, the council has said a number of polling stations have changed since the last set of elections.

Residents are urged to check their polling card before heading out to vote or to use the council's online polling station finder.

Voters are being asked to check their polling card prior to travelling to the polling station as a number of stations have changed recently as part of the Council’s response to the covid restrictions.

You can find a full list of changes to polling stations below.

A council spokesperson said: "We have made a number of relatively small changes to make sure that these elections are as safe as possible bearing in mind the coronavirus situation.

"When coming to vote, please remember to wear a face covering and ideally, bring your own pen, which will help minimise contact.

Voting will take place this coming Thursday, May 6

Voting will take place this coming Thursday, May 6

"Also, whilst most polling stations remain the same, a number have changed and whilst the polling station is displayed on the voting card, we are drawing this to the attention of residents so they check before travelling to their ‘usual polling station’".

On Thursday, May 6, polls open from 7am and close at 10pm for the Greater London Authority Elections and Crystal Palace ward by-election.

Voters are also being advised to:

  • Check your Polling Station
  • Remember to wear a face covering in the polling station unless they are exempt
  • Take their own pen which will help to minimise contact
  • Follow Social Distancing
  • Note that hand sanitiser will be available
  • Note that there may be slightly longer wait times to vote due to social distancing requirements

Here is a full list of polling stations that have changed recently: