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Community Governance Review of Normandy Parish

Normandy Parish Council wants to increase the number of its parish councillors from seven to nine. We're consulting the public about this request in a Community Governance Review which closes on Friday 8 December.

As part of the review, we are also required by law to make recommendations on other electoral arrangements for Normandy Parish Council. This includes the year in which ordinary parish council elections are held, any division of the parish into wards, and if so, the number, name and boundaries of wards, and the number of parish councillors to be elected for any such ward.

We're proposing no change is made to the year of ordinary elections, as they currently coincide with borough council elections and elections to other parish councils in the borough. We're also proposing that Normandy continues to be unwarded (not divided into wards). Normandy Parish Council supports this proposal. We would like to know what people living or working in Normandy think.

To have your say, fill in the online form on the  Community Governance Review of Normandy Parish web page, email us at committeeservices@guildford.gov.uk or write to John Armstrong, Democratic Services Manager, Guildford Borough Council, Millmead House, Millmead, Guildford GU2 4BB.

Please state your name and address clearly, and your reply must reach us no later than 5pm on Friday 8 December 2017. Any submissions received after this date, or any representations submitted anonymously, will not be taken into account.

If approved, the change will come into effect on the date of the next scheduled parish council elections on 2 May 2019.

Published on 22 November.