Each year the Electoral Registration Officer has to contact every property in Coventry to check that the information held on the electoral register is correct.This has to be done even if nothing has changed.It is a legal requirement for the Electoral Registration Officer to do this.
It's important that you respond as soon as possible, so we can make sure we have the right details on the electoral register for your property. It also means that we will not have to send you a reminder or visit your property.
The fastest and easiest way to reply is using the online household update service. Alternatively, if the information is correct, you can use the freephone telephone line:0800 197 9871 and enter your security code when prompted,or you could send a text message, again if the information is correct, by texting NOCHANGE to 80212 along with both parts of your security code.
If there are changes needed to the form and you are unable to respond online then you can make the necessary changes on the form and send it back by post using the reply envelope.
If we receive no reply to the Household Enquiry Form then reminders will be sent and this will ultimately be followed up by visits from our Canvass Staff. Ultimately you could be fined £1,000 for failure to reply.
The form does not register someone to vote it just provides us with information as to who should be registered,anyone who has recently moved into a property will also need to register to vote individually.
You can either use the online household update service to delete their details and add your own or you can amend the form and post it back to us in the envelope provided. Please note that this does not register you to vote.
Yes, you need to respond even if the details printed on the form are correct.You can respond using the online household update service, the freephone telephone number on the form or by signing the form and returning it to us.
Yes, a response is required from every property. You can do this using the online household update service or by returning the form.
Yes you do, this is to ensure we are able to register them for when they turn 18.
You have not responded to the Household Enquiry Form that we posted to you. You are required by law to respond to the form. If you still have the form then the easiest way to respond is using the online household update service. If you do not have the form then contact us on 024 7683 3034
We have been told that you live at this property and you're not registered to vote.We have already sent a form that you have not responded to. We want to make sure you are registered to vote.You can complete registration online, send the registration form back to us, or call 024 7683 3034 and register over the phone.
They can register at their home address as well as their university address but must not vote more than once in the same election. This means they can vote in local elections at both addresses as long as they are in different local government areas, but cannot vote at both addresses in a Parliamentary election. So we would recommend that you leave them on the register at your address.
Please amend the details using the online household update service or by returning the form and we will update the records.
Please respond to the form using the online household update service or return the form. You can register to vote at both your term time and home address but can only vote once at an election. This means you can vote in local elections at both addresses as long as your homes are in different local government areas, but cannot vote at both addresses in a Parliamentary election
Please respond to the form using the online household update service, or by post with no names included.
The legislation requires all households to respond to the Annual Canvass. All data collected is done so in line with data protection guidelines. It is held in a secure environment and only provided to those organisations that the Electoral Registration Officer is required to supply. For more information please refer to our privacy notice.
It is a legal requirement for all households to respond to the annual canvass and if you do not then you may be liable to a fine of up to £1,000. This information is included on the forms as required by the legislation. To date the Council has not chosen to fine residents for not responding to the canvass. If you do not respond to the form then you will receive reminders and if no response is received to the reminders then the Electoral Services team will make a personal visit to gain a response.