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Metal barrier with the sign CAR PARK CLOSED

Temporary closure of Perceval House car park

The car park behind Perceval House will close temporarily from Thursday 20 June until Friday 12 July 2024 inclusive so it can be transformed into the count centre for the general election.

In a similar way to previous elections, a marquee will be erected over the car park behind Perceval House to be used by the council’s elections staff to count the votes.

Some parking bays along Longfield Avenue will also be suspended, and signage will be on display to make motorists aware of these arrangements.

Alternative parking is available at Springbridge Road Car Park, W5 2AB. Charges vary from 90p to £1.80 per hour (depending on your vehicle’s emissions) – all day parking on Saturday and Sunday is permitted for the same price as 3 hours and 1 hour respectively. It is free to park in this car park after 6pm every day. The car park is open from 7am to Midnight each day – please be aware it is locked overnight.

Additional town centre parking is also available in on-street pay and display bays and other nearby council car parks including Arden Road Car Park, W13 8RP.

You can see the location and charges of council-owned car parks in the borough at car parks and other visitor information .

The general election takes place on Thursday 4 July. Every resident who is a British, Irish, or Commonwealth citizen aged 18 or over, and registered to vote, can have their say.

People who are not on the electoral register have until Tuesday 18 June to register. Those registered to vote at the recent GLA Elections, and who still live at the same address, will be automatically registered and do not need to apply again.

But if details have changed since then, such as change of address, or you may be registering for the first time, please update or register online. You will be need your national insurance number and will be asked for your name, address and date of birth.

You can also apply to receive a postal vote or a proxy vote. The deadline to apply is 5pm on 18 June 2024.

The full list of candidates will be available from Friday 7 June 2024 at www.ealing.gov.uk/elections .

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