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Household confirmation letters

A letter confirming the names and citizenship details of those currently included on the electoral register has been sent to every household in Westminster.  This information is based on the Electoral Register published on 1 December 2017 plus any alterations made during the monthly updates in January 2018 and February 2018. 

Making changes

If all the details printed on the letter are correct, you do not need to take any action as this letter is for information purposes only.

You can contact Electoral services to make minor amendments to the pre-printed information, for example to correct a spelling mistake or amend your postcode.

If you have changed your name either by deed poll or by marriage you must put this in writing or email to Electoral Services and include a copy of the deed poll or marriage certificate as proof.

If your citizenship has changed you must put this in writing or email to Electoral Services and include a copy of your passport or naturalisation certificate as proof.

Registering to vote

Anyone whose name is not included in this letter, and who should be included, must register to vote at GOV.UK. A paper application form can also be provided on request by contacting Electoral services.

Updating addresses

If anyone has moved out, let us know at Westminster's electoral registration service. You will be asked to enter the first and second part of your security code to access the website, your security code can be found on the front of the letter. You will then need to follow the instructions on the website. 

Alternatively you can cross through the names of those people listed who no longer live at your address and return the letter to us using the contact details provided.

Last updated: 8 February 2018