London,
04
October
2016
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15:32
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Have you told us of any changes to your household?

We are currently updating our electoral register. Every property will have received a Household Enquiry Form pre-printed with the names of those who are currently registered to vote. Those properties that have no registered voters will have received a blank form.

The aim of the form is to ensure that the electoral register is up to date and to identify any residents who are not registered.

What you need to do

Check your form when it arrives, add any names that are missing and delete those of people who no longer live at your address. You should then return it as promptly as possible in the pre-paid envelope provided. You can also respond online, or via text message.

If you have recently moved house, it’s particularly important that you look out for the form and check whether you are registered.

Even if nothing has changed we still need to hear from you.

Household visits

If we don’t get a response from you, someone from our elections team will visit your household to help you complete the form.

Visits will take place from 8am to 8pm every day (including weekends) between 14 October and 25 November.

Visiting staff will have a Camden ID badge and a letter of authorisation signed by Ian Buckle, Deputy Elections Manager. They will record the information we need on a tablet computer and ask you to sign to confirm that the information is correct.

If you are not in they will leave a card telling you how you can respond and that they will visit again.

If you have any questions about household visits please contact us by calling 020 7974 4444 or by completing an enquiry form.