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Home > Elections > General Election 2019

General Election 2019

You can find the results for the Central Suffolk and North Ipswich and South Suffolk seats in the General Election, 12 December 2019, below.

Declaration of Result -South Suffolk

Declaration of Result - Central Suffolk and North Ipswich


You can find the Notice of Election for all seats in our districts below.

Unsure where you can vote? Find your polling station here.

Bury St Edmunds

Central Suffolk and North Ipswich

South Suffolk


Registering to vote

Registration to vote in the General Election is now closed.

Voting by post

Registration for voting by post in the General Election is now closed.

Vote by proxy

Registration to vote by proxy in the General Election is now closed.



The count for the South Suffolk and Central Suffolk and North Ipswich constituencies is taking place on December 12 at Endeavour House, 8 Russell Road, Ipswich, IP1 2BX.

If you wish to apply for media accreditation to cover the count, please complete the online application form below by midnight Friday 6 December.

Apply for media accreditation to cover the count

Please note, media accreditation is not automatic. There is a limited amount of space at the count and attendance is at the discretion of the returning officer. For more information, please email the Communications Team.


Pre-election period

Previously known as ‘purdah’ this is now referred to as moratorium. During this period, we, as a council, aren’t able to share statements or information which promote any one political party.

For the general election moratorium begins on 8 November 2019 and lasts until the election votes have been counted and published.

Sound confusing? This should make it a bit clearer:

  • We can’t promote a party in any communications material (news, advertising, social media). For this reason, we may have to hide or remove comments of a political nature from our social media posts or remove the comment function all together during this period.
  • We can publish factual information about the election e.g. the names, areas and parties of candidates
  • We can promote non-political health, crime prevention, race relations, equality & diversity, community issues

Read the guidance on the Local Government Association's (LGA) website.

Where can I vote?

You can find your polling station here.

Alternatively, the Notice of Election includes the location of polling stations, available at the top of this page.