The electoral register lists the names and addresses of everyone registered to vote in public elections in the borough. Register to vote online.
Registration is compulsory if you are eligible Toggle accordion
You must register to vote if you are asked to and you are eligible. If you don't register, you could be fined.
Different elections have different eligibility. Gov.uk provides more information on the types of elections and who can vote in them.
The full electoral register and the open register Toggle accordion
There are 2 versions of the electoral register.
The open register
The open register is available to anyone who wants to buy a copy. This is the version companies can buy and use for marketing purposes, such as sending you unsolicited mail. If you don't want to be on the open register, you can use our enquiry form to request that you be opted out. To use this form, you need to be signed in to your My Account. If you don’t have one, you can create a My Account.
The full register
The full register has the name and address of everyone registered to vote. It's used for:
- preventing and detecting crime
- checking applications for loans or credit
- jury summoning
Keep your registration details up to date Toggle accordion
You must register again if you’ve changed address, name or nationality. You can also change whether you are on or off the open register by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use the register to vote service to update your details on the electoral register.
Electoral register enquiries Toggle accordion
You can view copies of the electoral register in person if you want to
- check if you are on the register
- check if you are registered for postal or proxy voting
- request evidence you are registered to vote
- view the register
Use our enquiry form to make an appointment. To use this form, you need to be signed in to your My Account. If you don’t have one, you can create a My Account. You can't register to vote using this form, instead use the register to vote service.