The Register of Electors contains the names and addresses of everyone living in the district who are eligible to vote (British, Commonwealth and citizens of other European Union Members States).
In order to vote your name must be on the Register of Electors for the area in which you live.
The information contained within the Register can only be used for certain purposes such as elections, law enforcement and credit referencing.
How to register
The fastest method is to register online at GOV UK
Important: you will need your national insurance number in order to register. If you have not got a national insurance number, or have lost it, please contact 01684 862200.
Usually within three to six weeks of the Electoral Registration Officer receiving your application your name will be added to the Register of Electors as long as your details can be correctly verified.
We will write and confirm that your name has been added to the Register.
During an election period there is a special deadline by which names can be added to the register.
Please see the relevant Notice of Elections for details of the deadline for applications to be made.
You can register for a postal vote by completing a postal vote application form.
You can register for a one-off proxy vote (this means appointing someone to vote on your behalf) by completing a proxy vote application form.
To apply for permanent proxy vote (on grounds of employment, education or disability), please complete a permanent proxy vote application form.
Where do I send the form?
Alternatively, you can send your form via post to Electoral Services, The Council House, Avenue Road, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 3AF.