In February 2018 we sent a letter listing all individuals registered to vote at your address.
If all the details on the letter are correct then you do not need to do anything.
Take a look at our confirmation of voter registration letter guide(pdf, 711KB) to find out what each part of your letter means.
If you need to make a change, you can do this online:
Your letter should list every person aged 16 years and over who normally lives at your address and is a British, qualifying Commonwealth, Irish or European Union national.
Your nationality will affect which elections you can vote in.
If you do not receive a confirmation letter by Monday 5 March, contact Electoral Services to check whether we have the correct details on record for you.
Updated: 16 February 2018