Every year, we are required by law to contact your household to find out if there have been any changes to who is eligible to be registered to vote at your address. We will be contacting your household again this year.
Your household will receive either:
You should note that there is a criminal penalty of a maximum of £1,000 for failing to provide the information required, when requested to do so by the Electoral Registration Officer. The penalty for providing false information to an Electoral Registration Officer is imprisonment of up to 51 weeks, or (on summary conviction) an unlimited fine.
If you have any questions regarding the communication(s) you receive from us, email email@example.com.
To confirm or update the details for your household:
If you have no changes to make, you can either:
If you have any questions about how to respond to the letter, form or email you have received, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each new resident, or when a child turns 18, at your address whose details were provided to us in response to the letter, canvass form or email your household received, must complete an application to be registered to vote at your address. Each new resident can apply now at GOV.UK/register-to-vote.
Any new resident at your address who does not register as soon as possible will receive a letter or email from us to formally invite them to register to vote at your address.
You should note that it is a legal requirement to register to vote when invited to by the Electoral Registration Officer. A person failing to register without providing an adequate reason may be fined £80.
If you have any questions regarding registering to vote, email email@example.com.