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Updating your details on the Electoral Register

Change of address

If you have moved to a new address within the borough, please visit the government website and fill out the 'register to vote service' form to update your name, address or any other details on the electoral register.

You will need your National Insurance number (if you have one) and passport (if you have moved abroad).

If you have moved out of the borough, you should also complete the "register to vote service" form on the government website to update your name, address or any other details on the electoral register.

You will be able to give your old address on this form, and your new authority will then tell us so we can take your details off our register.

Remember to keep your details updated; it will help keep your credit history accurate. The electoral register can never be back-dated.

Change of name

If you have changed your name, you need to fill in a change of name form and send us a copy of evidence proving your change of name (for example, a photocopy of a marriage certificate; deed poll; or decree absolute).

If you need a change of name form please email our elections team who will be able to send you a form.

Once completed, you should return your form to the elections team with a copy of your documents. If you can't provide a copy of your documents, you can bring your original documents in to us at reception and we can make a copy for you.

You can send this to us by post or via email.

Find our address.

Email the elections team: electionservices@melton.gov.uk 

Last updated 17 September 2021
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