North Yorkshire County Election and Parish Elections - Thursday 5 May 2022

From next year there will be a new single council in North Yorkshire, providing all the services you are used to receiving. 

The new North Yorkshire Council will replace the seven district and borough councils as well as the county council on 1 April 2023.

In May this year you will be able to vote for one of 90 new councillors who will represent 89 new divisions. These councillors will serve for five years. For their first year they will represent the county council for its final year. They will then serve the new single council for its first four years. 

Escrick will form part of the new 'Cawood and Escrick' division. (Details of the new divisions can be viewed on an interactive map alongside current district wards and parish boundaries). 

The election will take place on Thursday 5 May 2022, click here to find out more.

As part of the Structural Change Order to create the new Council, the term of office of all current Parish Councillors will end on the fourth day after the ordinary day of elections in 2022. 

Elections for new Parish Councillors will be held on 5 May 2022, who will serve a term until 2027. Please see Notice of Election for more details, or the dedicated page on Selby District Council website

Candidates who wish to stand for election need to ensure that their nominations are delivered by 4pm on Tuesday 5 April 2022.


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