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During the summer of 2012 we conducted the annual canvass where household voter registration forms were delivered to all residential properties in the city. (See the section on the electoral register for more information)
However, if you move home after the 15 October reference date, change your name or find you are not registered, you can get your details added or amended under the rolling registration process by completing an individual Voter Registration Form. No monthly amendments were made during August, September or October, when the annual canvass was taking place. Rolling registration resumed in November 2012.
How do I register?
Please download a copy of the Voter Registration Form and return the completed form in your own envelope to our freepost address
Electoral Services Office
Brighton & Hove City Council
No postage stamp is needed.
You can print off as many copies of the form as you need, photocopy the form or contact the Electoral Services Office for more copies.
All applications to be registered as an elector are subject to public inspection, to allow objections to be made in accordance with the Representation of the People Acts. You may be asked to provide evidence to support any information you give. If your application is not objected to, we will change your details within 3 to 7 weeks of receiving your form. For more information, see the timetable for monthly alterations [pdf 34kb] You will be notified by post when your application has been allowed. We will also tell the Electoral Registration Officer for your old address that you have moved, so that your name can be removed from the register for that area. People who live at two homes (including students) are allowed to register at both (but may vote once only at the same election). If you do not want your name removed from your other address, please explain why on your form.