Household Voter Registration

Every year, by law, we carry out an annual canvass to ensure that the electoral register is up to date.

As part of this we must contact every property to find out if there are any changes to the household so we can remove the details of people who no longer live there and invite new occupants to register individually. This will take place from July to the end of November in readiness for the publication of the Register of Electors on 1 December 2020.

Emails and paper forms are currently being sent out to every residential property in Brent.

Please check these communications carefully; instructions will be provided where a response is necessary. 

Email

If we hold an email address for you, we will send you an email to ask you to confirm that the details we hold for the property are correct or make changes as necessary.

This can be done online at www.registersecurely.com/brent

You will need your unique two-part security code from the email.

Paper Forms

Where we do not hold an email address or have not received an online response, paper forms will be sent to the property. Detailed instructions on what action you need to take are on the form.

If a response is required, this can be done online at www.registersecurely.com/brent.

You will need your unique two-part security code from the email.

Where a response is required, please make sure that you respond to it as soon as you can, even if there are no changes, the property is empty or you are nobody is eligible to register to vote. It is a legal requirement and you can be fined up to £1000 for not doing so.This will also help us save money as if you do not respond we are required to send you a reminder form or send a canvasser to your property to obtain this information. 

Please note that these forms are not registration forms, they are to collect information only.

Anyone added to the details pre-printed on the form will also need to register individually online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote

Registering to vote means you have a right to vote in elections and can also improve your credit rating.