The 2024 Cheltenham Borough Council elections will be held on Thursday 2nd May 2024.

All 40 members of Cheltenham Borough Council (two for each of the twenty wards in the Borough) will be elected following boundary changes effected by The Cheltenham (Electoral Changes) Order 2023 made on 18th July 2023.

Key dates for the 2024 Borough Council elections

Notice of Election
22nd March 2024
Close of Nominations
4pm on 5th April 2024
Statement of Persons Nominated Published
8th April 2024
Last date to Register for a Vote
Noon on 16th April 2024
Deadline for requesting a new postal or proxy vote or changes to existing postal or proxy votes
5pm on 17th April 2024
Last date to apply for a Voter Authority Certificate
5pm on 24th April 2024
Polling Day
7am to 10pm on 2nd May 2024

About the Borough Council

The Borough Council consists of 40 elected members and is chaired by the Mayor.It is responsible for setting the budget and policy framework within which decisions are made

Most day-to-day decisions are made by the Council Cabinet which consists of the Leader of the Council and eight Councillors appointed by the Leader.

The current political makeup of the Council is:

  • 31 Liberal Democrats
  • 5 Conservatives
  • 2 People Against Bureaucracy
  • 2 Green

This gives the Liberal Democrat group an overall majority of 21 on the Borough Council.

Promoted by Malcolm Bride on behalf of all Labour Party candidates in the Cheltenham Borough Elections  2024 at Dodo Works, 7 Ambrose Street, Cheltenham, GL50 3HL.
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