The candidates for the Barnfield by-election have been announced.
The by-election will be held on Thursday October 17 and the elected councillor will service until May 2015, when the whole council will be up for election.
The people nominated are Green Party candidate Simon David Hall of Marston Gardens, Liberal Democrat Clive Mead of Butely Road, Conservative and Unionist Party member Geoff Simons of Fairford Avenue, and Labour Party member Francis Steer of Wensleydale.
Liberal Democrat Martin Pantling resigned from his post as Barnfield councillor after ten years of service at the start of September.
He is taking up a new job which means he can no longer work as a councillor due to conflict of interests.
At full strength Luton Borough Council has 48 members representing 19 wards, and there are currently 36 Labour, seven Liberal Democrat and four Conservative councillors.
A full list of polling stations is available on the council’s website; search Barnfield by-election 2013.