A date has been set for a fresh council election in Hull following a row over ballot papers.
The election was an all postal vote
The High Court overturned June's election result for the Derringham ward after hearing some voters received ballot papers for the Marfleet ward.
The contested seat will be decided on Thursday 13 January.
Candidates from the BNP, Hull Independents, UKIP, Labour and Liberal Democrat party have been nominated to stand in the re-election.
Paul Buckley, BNP
John Considine, Hull Independents
John Cornforth, UKIP
Alan Gardiner, Labour
Michael Rouse-Deane, Liberal Democrat
Independent candidate John Considine challenged the result after losing by just seven votes to UKIP candidate John Carnforth.
Mr Carnforth was declared the winner of the seat after six recounts. He received 945 votes to Mr Considine's 938.
When overturning the original result the court heard an unknown number of voters received incorrect ballot papers by mistake.
June's election was an all postal ballot but January's poll will be conducted in the traditional way with five polling stations open.