Updating the electoral roll
Contact your local Electoral Registration Office if you’re not sure whether you’re already on the register.You must register to vote if you’re asked to do so and you meet the conditions for registering, eg you’re 16 or over and you’re British or a national of an EU or Commonwealth country.Anyone to be added to the register will need to apply using the online registration service or by contacting Electoral Services on 020 8379 8588.If we don’t get a response, we will send someone to help you complete the form.
During this time they will stop publishing monthly registers.By Neil Stone, Experian UK social support team Thinking of applying for credit in the near future?Then now is the time to make sure you are registered on the Electoral Roll!If you are on the Full or Open register lenders will see this information when you make an application for credit.If you are on the Full Register, and a company searches for non-lending purposes, such as a tenancy check or employment check then they would not see your details. Those with no permanent address or fixed address (including house boats with no permanent berth) can still register on the electoral roll.
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If your application is successful, other members of your household may also register to vote anonymously.