The Conservators are responsible for Putney and Wimbledon Commons. Picture: WPCC
January 30, 2024
The Wimbledon and Putney Commons Conservators (WPCC) have announced the names of the six people standing in the forthcoming elections.
Susan Bucknall and Michael Frederick Johnston are existing trustees standing for re-election. David Ian Brown, William Liu, Mauro Mattiuzzo and David William McClean will also be on the ballot. Five of the candidates will become elected trustees.
All levy payers have the right to vote by either postal ballot or online. Voting will begin in the middle of February and conclude at 5pm on 6 March.
Electors are those persons who are on the local authority electoral role and who live within three-quarters of a mile of Wimbledon Common/Putney Heath or in the old Parish of Putney as it was in 1871.
Ballot papers, including personal statements from the candidates, will be despatched by the independent scrutineer to electors by 9 February. If you have not received your ballot paper by 15 February you should call our office on 020 8788 765 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wimbledon Society and the Putney Society will be holding ‘meet the candidates’ events with the Wimbledon event on 21 February at 7.00pm at Lower Hall, Sacred Heart Church, Edge Hill, SW19 4LU and the Putney event on 26 February at 7.30pm at the Community Church Putney, Werter Road, SW15 2LL.
Mr Nigel Ware, the Home Office appointed Conservator, has been appointed as Returning Officer and Civica Election Services Limited has been appointed as Scrutineer.
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