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The registration system changed on 10 June 2014. The new system is called 'Individual Electoral Registration'.
Look out for a letter between 4-27 July 2014.
Most people who are already registered to vote will be registered automatically under the new system. They do not need to do anything. However, some people will need to take action to join the new register. We are writing to people to tell them whether they need to take action.
The letter will tell you whether you are on the new register or whether you need to take action. It will tell you what to do.
To find out more go to www.gov.uk/yourvotematters
There are some criteria you have to meet to be able to register, so if you're not sure if you're eligible to vote click on Who is eligible? on the left-hand side.
If you move house or your details change, you can update your registration at any time of year by going online or completing a new voter registration form. You'll then be notified of the changes to the electoral register in writing, which you may want to keep as proof of your registration.
The electoral register is updated each month, according to the statutory timetable below. The revised register will then be published on 1 December 2014.
For a hard copy of the voter registration form contact Electoral Services on 020 7527 3110.
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