Elections to the Older People’s Council in Brighton & Hove were held on Thursday 2 July 2015. One zone was contested and the results have now been declared. You can now see the result of the Older People's Council election 2015 (22KB).
Elections for the Older People’s Council (OPC) are held every four years. The OPC was set up in 2001, to make sure that older people in the city have a say in the services which affect them and the communities in which they live.
Find out more about the OPC on the Older People's Council website.
The elections were held by all-postal ballot, and residents aged 60 or over were eligible to register to vote.
|Thursday 21 May||Publication of Notice of Election (PDF 13KB)|
|Friday 5 June (4pm)||Deadline for submission of nomination papers|
|Friday 5 June (4pm)||Last day for withdrawals of candidature|
|Monday 8 June|
|Wednesday 17 June (5pm)||Deadline for applications to change postal ballot addresses and proxy details|
|from Thursday 18 June||Despatch of postal votes|
|Wednesday 24 June||Publication of Notice of Poll|
|Thursday 2 July (5pm)||Close of poll|
|Friday 3 July||Counting of the votes|