Registering to vote
If you are not already registered to vote you can apply online. It's simple, quick and secure.
How to register if you're not already registered
You can apply to register via www.gov.uk/register-to-vote. It's simple, quick and secure. Remember to have your national insurance number to hand before you start.
The button on the top right of this page will also take you to www.gov.uk/register-to-vote if you need to register. (If you prefer, you can also download a paper registration form to complete and return in person or by post.)
How to register when you move house
When you move house within the district you need to re-register by visiting www.gov.uk/register-to-vote where you can enter the details of your new address and provide us with the details of the address you have moved from.
What happens when you apply to register
When you register online or by returning a paper form your details will be checked against other records to confirm your identity.
If your details are confirmed, you will receive a letter telling you that you have been successfully registered.
If your details cannot be confirmed, we will write to you asking for more information to confirm your identity. The letter will explain what you will need to do.
Watch a short demo of registering online to vote:
Change of Address
Registering to vote does not automatically mean you are on the Council Tax register. If you have either moved into the district or within the district, please click on this link to register for Council Tax at your new address: Change of Address - Council Tax
Advice about registering to vote can be obtained from the electoral office.
Contact Electoral Services