Town Hall – City Of London Style

The in-person City-wide Residents’ Meeting will be held on Wednesday, 4 May 2022 in the Great Hall, Guildhall. This event will be held over two sessions, with the daytime slot booked to take place between 12:30 – 14:30 and then again at 18:30 – 20:30. The meeting will offer residents the chance to hear from the Policy Chair, the Assistant Commissioner of the City of London Police and the Acting Deputy Town Clerk from the City of London Corporation. Residents will also have the opportunity to ask questions or raise issues about living in the City of London. For more details, email residents@cityoflondon.gov.uk.

Lord Mayor’s Dragon Awards – Applications Open To Businesses & Charities

The Heart of the City are delighted to be running the Lord Mayor’s Dragon Awards on behalf of the City of London Corporation for the second year. These awards celebrate excellence in social impact both within Greater London and nationally, for the Lord Mayor’s Award category.  This year marks the Awards 34-year history, and we look forward to celebrating another year of responsible business.

The Heart of the City are actively encouraging both small and large businesses to submit applications to win one of six prestigious awards, so I’d really encourage you enter. The Dragon Awards are free to enter and culminate in an awards ceremony at the Mansion House in September.

You can apply here and also follow the Dragon Awards on Twitter for further updates.

Ward Election Results

Final results for the Ward of Broad Street
Candidate Description Votes
BAKTH Shahnan INDEPENDENT  127 (E)
CORRIN Elizabeth Susan INDEPENDENT  65
HAYWARD Christopher Michael INDEPENDENT  148 (E)
MANCHESTER Antony Geoffrey INDEPENDENT  113 (E)
SCOTT John George Stewart INDEPENDENT  51

We would like to thank John Scott JP most sincerely for 23 years of excellent and selfless service on behalf of Broad Street Ward and the City of London.  John served in numerous capacities on many committees, including Chief Commoner, the highest honour, and as Deputy of our Ward over the past year.

Contested Wardmote

We held our contested Wardmote today.  While the agenda is below, we had a special item of business, thanking John Bennett MBE most sincerely for 17 years of excellent and selfless service on behalf of Broad Street Ward and the City of London.  John served in numerous capacities on many committees, including Chief Commoner, the highest honour, and as Deputy of our Ward for many years.

WARD OF BROAD STREET
ELECTION OF COMMON COUNCILMEN
AGENDA FOR THE CONTESTED WARDMOTE Continue reading

Election Contest Begins

Broad Street has a contested election with five candidates for three positions.  The Wardmote is on Wednesday, 23 March, at noon at Furniture Makers’ Hall, where the candidates will have an opportunity to address the electorate.  You can cast your vote on Thursday, 24 March, also at Furniture Makers’ Hall.  Easiest of course is to use a postal ballot – https://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/about-us/voting-elections/postal-votes

 

Notice Of Ward Mote & Election

NOTICE OF WARD ELECTION CITY OF LONDON WARD OF BROAD STREET ELECTION OF COMMON COUNCILMEN

To the Electors of the Ward of Broad Street

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by virtue of a Precept from the Right Honourable The Lord Mayor, a Wardmote will be held on Wednesday 23rd March 2022, at 12:00 at Furniture Makers’ Hall, 12 Austin Friars, London, EC2N 2HE to elect 3 Common Councilmen on the ordinary election to that Office.

Nomination papers can be obtained from the Ward Clerk, Electoral Services Office, 2nd Floor West Wing, Guildhall, London, EC2P 2EJ between 9.15am and 5.00pm, Monday to Friday or downloaded from https://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/about-us/voting-elections/common-councilelections. Completed nomination papers must be received in the Electoral Services Office by noon on Tuesday 1st March 2022.

Four More Years, Well Three Actually

The City-wide elections that were scheduled to take place in March 2021 will now be held in March 2022.

More information on these elections are available on the Common Council elections webpage and the Speak for the City(external link) website.

Find the list for every Ward on the Notices of Election page.

Find the list for every Ward on the Statement of Persons Nominated page.

Key dates

Date Time Event
22 February 2022 n/a Notice of Election
22 February 2022 9.15am Nomination period begins
1 March 2022 Noon Close of Nominations
9 March 2022 5pm Deadline for applying to vote by post
16 March 2022 5pm Deadline for applying for a proxy vote
23 March 2022 Times specific to each Ward Wardmotes
24 March 2022 8am – 8pm Polling Day for contested elections