Elections and voting

Who is registered to vote at your address form

We have sent a form or an email to every household in the borough titled ‘who is registered to vote at this address’. We use this to check the details in our register and ensure that all eligible people are registered to vote.

Although you might have voted in the general election in June, you still need to respond. You can respond by following the instructions on the form.

Update your electoral registration email

 We have emailed some households instead of sending them a paper form by post. You can view a sample of the email here.

This email asks you to visit registersecurely.com/Camden to check and update the details for your household. To log in you need to supply:

  1. Security code 1 from your email;
  2. Security code 2 from your email;
  3. The postcode for the address where you currently live.

Problems logging on?

If you have difficulty logging in please check the following:

  1. Has anyone else in your household already responded? You can only submit one response per household using this service.
  2. Have you recently moved? The email might be for your old address if we don’t already know that you have moved.

If you have trouble logging in either complete your paper form and return it or contact us.

What if I don’t respond?

If we don’t get a response from you we will send somebody to visit to help you complete the form.

Visits will take place from 8am-8pm every day (including weekends) between 14 October – 25 November.  Visiting staff will have a Camden ID badge and a letter of authorisation signed by Ian Buckle, Deputy Elections Manager.  They will record the information we need on a tablet computer and ask you to sign to confirm that the information is correct.

If you are not in they will leave a card telling you how you can respond and that they will visit again.

If you have any questions about household visits please contact us by calling 020 7974 4444 or by completing an enquiry form

2018 Parliamentary Constituencies Boundary Review

On Tuesday 13 September 2016 the Boundary Commission for England published initial proposals for new Parliamentary constituency boundaries in England.

View the proposals and follow the review

The review can also be followed on Twitter or using #2018boundaryreview.

This publication marks the start of a 12-week consultation period on the initial proposals and ends on Monday 5 December 2016. There will be further opportunities to make representation to the Boundary Commission in 2017. The commission must report to government with final proposals in September 2018.

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