Registering to vote
Please note - the way in which people register to vote has now changed.
A new process of Individual Electoral Registration (IER) was introduced in June 2014. People are now responsible for their own registration and have to make their own application to register to vote each time they move.
In order to register, each applicant will be required to include their national insurance number and date of birth in their application. This information will be used to verify that the applicant is who they say they are.
For the first time, people are able to register on line. If you move home, just visit www.gov.uk/register-to-vote. The whole process should take about 5 minutes.
Alternatively, we can send you a form to complete. Forms can be obtained from Electoral Services, either by telephoning 01277 312709 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more about the new system of registering to vote:
Not sure whether you are eligible to register to vote? Find out more here:
If you have recently moved into Brentwood or changed your address please complete the online form available on our Moving In/Out page, which will allow you to inform different areas within the Council.
Check whether you are included in the current Register of Electors
The Register of Electors is a public record and can be inspected at the Council during normal office hours.
Service voters and overseas electors
For information about special arrangements for those in the armed forces or who are moving abroad, please contact Electoral Services on 01277 312709.