Deadline to register to vote for the General Election is Monday 22nd May 2017
You must be on the electoral register to vote in elections and referendums. The simplest and fastest way to register is online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote
Alternatively, you can register by phone or on a paper form available from the Electoral Services Unit.
In order to register, you will need to provide your National Insurance number and your date of birth. After you register, your details will be checked against government records before you can be added to the register.
If you complete a paper form, return it as soon as possible to us at the address on this page.
If you require help please contact us at the above address, email us or call our helpline.
Citizens of EU countries (other than the UK, Ireland, Cyprus, Malta) cannot vote in UK Parliamentary elections and must fill in a separate form to vote in European Parliamentary elections.
The electoral register is the list of everyone who is registered to vote. You must be on the register to vote in elections and referendums. You are not automatically registered, even if you pay Council Tax.
You can register to vote at any time. If you’re not registered, for example, if you have moved home, you need to register either online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote or by phone or on a paper form available from Electoral Services Unit on the number above.
There are two versions of the register – the full version and the open version. Your details will appear on the full version of the register, but you can choose whether or not your details appear on the open register.
The full register is used for elections and referendums, preventing and detecting crime and checking applications for credit. The open register is available for general sale and can be used for commercial activities such as marketing.
Removing your details from the open register does not affect your right to vote.
To be removed from the open register, please complete our online form or contact us at the address on this page.