Elections to Nottingham City Council will take place on 4th May 2023.
Polls are open 7am – 10pm and you can find your polling station here.
For the first time, voters will be required to show ID to vote at a polling station. You can find more information about this, including accepted forms of identification and applying for a voter authority certificate here.
The following statement of priorities outlines our plans to influence our city’s journey towards 2027. This document shows the city our ‘six to fix’ – our immediate priorities to kickstart the regeneration and clean up of Nottingham. If you want change in Nottingham, there is only one way to do it – vote for your Liberal Democrat candidates on May 4th.
Aspley – Stewart Rotherham
Basford – Richard Minkley
Bestwood – Diane Rotherham
Bilborough – Liz Morgan-Danvers
Bulwell – Matt Genn
Castle – Lloydie James Lloyd and Rebecca Procter
Clifton East – Benedict Claxton Stevens
Clifton West – Mark Vandersluis
Dales – Ann Bourke
Hyson Green and Arboretum – Alexander Foster
Leen Valley – Gary Long and Christina Morgan Danvers
Lenton and Wollaton East – Tony Sutton
Mapperley – Peter Mendenhall
Meadows – Michael Thomas
Radford – Tom Procter
Sherwood – Stephen Freeland
St Ann’s – James Housley
Wollaton West – Michael Procter