Confirmation of voter registration 2021
We will send a confirmation of voter registration letter to every residential address in January 2021.
The letter will list those who are currently registered to vote so you can check that we have the correct details for your address.
What to do when the letter arrives
Everyone living at your address should appear on the electoral register if they are eligible to vote (this includes any 16 or 17 year olds).
If any information on the letter is incorrect, you will need to let us know.
No action is required if there are no changes to make.
How to update your details
The quickest and easiest way to inform us of any change is online by using the Household Response Service.
You will need Part 1 and Part 2 of the security code printed on the letter to use this service.
If you have not received or have misplaced the letter, you can still update your details online.
After adding a new name to the Household Response Service
Where new names are provided, a registration form will be sent by post or emailed to those eligible to register to vote. These names will not be included in the electoral register until the individuals have made successful applications to register to vote. There is no need to wait for the individual registration form to be sent. Any new residents who are eligible to vote should register to vote (GOV.UK) as soon as possible.
How to apply for a postal vote
You will need to submit a postal vote application if you would like to vote by post. Further information and a link to the application form can be found on our voting by post page.
The next scheduled elections are the Mayor of London and London Assembly elections that will take place on 6 May 2021. Further information about the elections will be added to our website nearer the time. General information can be found on the London Elects website.