Electoral services are responsible for compiling the electoral roll as well as the conduct of all elections and referenda held within the county of Monmouthshire. This includes:

  • compiling and publishing the electoral roll annually
  • the administration of postal and proxy voting
  • maintaining lists of service and overseas electors
  • promoting participation in democracy and electoral boundary issues

Council Elections – 5 May 2022

Elections will be held on the 5 May 2022 that will elect County Councillors and Town and Community Councillors throughout Monmouthshire.

Information on the election for voters is available here. 

Information for candidates or if you are considering standing for election is available here. 

Electoral Register

To add your details to the electoral roll you can do so online at www.gov.uk/registertovote or contact electoral services for an application form.

Information on the open register and an application form to remove your details permanently from the open register is available by contacting the elections office on 01633 644212 or email elections@monmouthshire.gov.uk

Find Your Polling Station

Enter your street or postcode to find out where your polling station is:

Postal and Proxy Voting

If you cannot attend a polling station on polling day to cast your vote you can apply to vote by post or appoint a person to vote on your behalf. Application forms to alter your method of voting are available.

How do I vote?

Applications for postal and proxy voting can be returned by email to elections@monmouthshire.gov.uk or by post to Electoral Registration, Monmouthshire County Council, County Hall, The Rhadyr, Usk, NP15 1GA.


Current Councillor Vacancies

Vacancies for a councillor at County Council level, as well as town and community council level, can occur throughout the term of office. All notices relating to vacancies and elections at this level will be published below.

Notice of Vacancy

Notice of Vacancy – Llanfoist Fawr Community Council, Llanwenarth Ultra Ward

Notice of Vacancy – Tintern Community Council, Chapel Hill Ward

Notice of Election

Guidance on the election process at town and community council level is available.

Promoting Local Democracy 

Information on getting involved in local democracy

Election Results Archive

Results of elections previously held in Monmouthshire

Boundary Review

Review of Electoral Arrangements

The Local Democracy and Boundary Commission for Wales have conducted a review of the electoral arrangements for the County of Monmouthshire. They have published the final proposals for new County Seats which will take effect at the 2022 local elections. Further information is available on their website.

Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places

As a result of the changes to the boundaries of the electoral and community review, the Council is required to review the polling district and polling places used to allocate electors to areas for voting purposes.

Guidance on what the review covers and areas of interest is available in the document below.

Review of Polling Districts 2021 – Guidance and Overview

A draft polling district and polling places scheme is available below as a reference point to understand the implications of the new community boundaries.

Polling District Scheme with Stations

The consultation period will run from the 22nd September 2021 and close on the 22 October 2021. Final proposals as a result of this review will take effect upon the publication of the 2022 electoral roll on the 1st December 2021.

GDPR Privacy Notice

The Privacy Notice for the Electoral Registration Officer is available here: