Each year we update the electoral register by sending you a household enquiry form that you need to respond to.
Even if nothing has changed we still need to hear from you and will visit your household in person if you do not respond.
This is the quickest way to respond.
You will need the two security codes printed on your letter.
There are two security codes printed on your letter. You will need to have these to hand when you respond.
If there are no changes, you can renew your registration:
If you need to make changes, you can tell us:
In order to carry out an accurate audit we employ a number of staff to join our canvassing team.
Canvassers visit households across the borough to deliver voter registration forms and help residents with completing the forms if required.
If we don’t get a response from you, we will send somebody to help you complete the form.
Visits will be made at a time when you are mostly likely to be at home such as during the evenings and at weekends.
If you are not at home, a calling card will be left explaining how you can register or provide the required information.
If you have been sent a letter inviting you to register, you can register your details online at GOV.UK.
You must also respond to the household enquiry form, as this is a legal requirement.
If you have any questions about annual Voter registration, you may find the answer on our frequently asked questions page.
Updated: 17 January 2018