Council calls for residents to register to vote by September 13 to help save money
Redbridge Council is asking residents to complete their voter registration forms by September 13.
The forms have been delivered to homes around the borough and residents need to respond to remain registered to vote.
A council spokesman said: “Residents are being asked to respond by September 13 to avoid a reminder and help save the council money spent on knocking on doors and sending out follow up letters.”
The forms are used to update the 2013 electoral register which is published by December 1.
Details of everyone living in a house who is eligible to vote need to be given and returned in the pre-paid envelopes provided.
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It is necessary to respond even if details haven’t changed.
If the details are correct and the same, residents can respond by phone or online.
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Details of how to do this are given on the form.
If you haven’t received your form contact the electoral registration officer on 020 8708 7171.
For more information, visit www.redbridge.gov.uk/vote.