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Allow someone to vote on your behalf in an election if you cannot attend the polling station yourself.
How the Council makes decisions.
The Council records and publishes the agendas and minutes of its meetings; including cabinet, committee and sub-committee meetings.
Local councillors have to abide by a code of conduct part of which requires them to declare any interests, gifts or hospitality which they ...
Information on: local elections; registering to vote; applying for a postal or proxy vote; where your polling station is; and how to stand for election.
How to stand in an election: The process of electoral nominations
The Council works with the Police, health, local voluntary groups and businesses and other organisations to deliver effective services.
Overview & Scrutiny is about providing ideas, challenge and debate that contributes to making Waltham Forest a better place to live and work. The Local
It is a legal requirement for a council to have a constitution which sets out how the council will operate and the procedures that are followed to ensure
The electoral register is a record of everyone who lives within Waltham Forest who is eligible to vote at elections.
Find out how to invite the Mayor to an event you are organising.
Information about elected local representatives and MEPs, their roles, how they are elected and where to find out who are your current representatives.