The deadline to register to vote for the local elections taking place on Thursday 3 May, was midnight on Tuesday 17 April. Unfortunately if your application was not made by this time it will not be in time to be registered for these elections.
How to register to vote
You can register to vote online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote.
Registering takes around 5 minutes and you will need you National Insurance number. If you're a British citizen living abroad, you will need your passport.
If you don’t have internet access you can complete a paper form from Electoral Services - call 020 8726 6300.
Where is my polling station?
Why register to vote?
Registering may seem like a hassle, but it's actually really easy to do and has lots of benefits to you. You can now register online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote.
If you're not on the electoral register, you can't vote in elections. It’s your choice if you vote or not on Election Day, but if you're not registered, you don’t have that choice.
The electoral register is also often used to confirm an individual's address, especially by credit reference agencies when someone applies for credit, such as a mortgage, personal loan or even a mobile telephone. If you are not registered, you might be refused credit, as well as losing your right to a vote.
The Town Hall
Office hours are 8.45am to 5.15pm.