Voting in elections and referendums

Are you registered to vote?

People in England and Wales are now required to register as individuals using a system called 'Individual Electoral Registration' (IER). 

Previously, registration was completed by the householder, who was responsible for completing the registration form on behalf of all residents eligible to vote in the household.  Under IER, everyone in the household who is eligible to vote is responsible for registering themselves individually. Further information is available from GOV.UK >>

Most people who are already registered to vote have been moved onto the new system automatically. So you may not need to do anything.

If you want to find out if you are already on the Electoral Register or if you are unable to register online, please contact us >>

You can register online in less than five minutes!

Register to vote

Special category electors

Special provision is made to enable certain groups to register to vote even though they may live or work overseas or have no permanent address at which to register. These are known as special category electors.

There are separate registration services for public servants who are likely to be posted overseas: