European Parliamentary elections are held every five years on a date fixed by the European Parliament. Norwich is part of the Eastern Region in the UK with seven MEPs representing East Anglia.
Local authorities in the UK have been asked to prepare for European Parliamentary Elections on Thursday 23 May 2019.
Key dates leading up to the European Parliamentary Elections, or download the full election timetable.
|Publication of the notice of election||Monday 15 April|
|Publication of the statement of parties and individual candidates nominated||5pm, Thursday 25 May|
|Deadline to register to vote in the elections||Tuesday 7 May|
|Deadline to complete a UC1 EU parliamentary registration form||Tuesday 7 May|
|Deadline to register for a postal vote (and changes to existing postal vote)||5pm, Wednesday 8 May|
|Deadline to register for a postal proxy vote (and changes to proxy postal vote)||5pm, Wednesday 8 May|
|Deadline to register for a proxy vote (not postal or emergency proxies)||5pm, Wednesday 15 May|
|First date to apply for a replacement for lost postal votes||Friday 17 May|
|Polling day||7am to 10pm, Thursday 23 May|
|Last time to apply for a replacement for spoilt or lost postal votes||5pm, Thursday 23 May|
|Deadline for emergency proxy vote||5pm, Thursday 23 May|
Information for EU Citizens
If you are an EU citizen, other than UK, Irish, Cypriot or Maltese, and registered to vote for local elections, you will need to complete and return a parliamentary registration form if you wish to vote in the European Parliamentary Elections in the UK.
We will be sending a form by post to those EU citizens registered in Norwich from 17 April 2019. Alternatively, you can download and print the UC1 EU parliamentary registration form and return it to the address below.
The deadline for your completed form to be received by us is Tuesday 7 May 2019.
You do not need to complete this form to vote in the local election on 2 May 2019.