It is a household enquiry form (HEF) and will be addressed to ‘the occupier’. It helps to identify and confirm the elector details that we hold on our records. The HEF is not a registration form but it allows residents to inform electoral services of all persons in the household to include details of:
Even if there are no changes you must still reply and confirm all details shown are correct
You need to confirm that all the details on the form are correct or amend them accordingly.
Anyone in the household can respond to the form. Your form is unique to your property and shows individual details held on our register. To respond, you need your security codes printed on the front of your HEF – Part one and Part two. Please remember that the quickest and most efficient way of completing this form is online:
If you are unable to use the online service, then the following options are available.
If there are no changes to report:
If there are changes to report:
Please note the form has a section for telephone and email details. This is not compulsory to complete. We ask for this optional information just in case the team need to contact you to clarify any queries.
As soon as possible and within 7 days of you receiving your Annual Canvass form/HEF. This will prevent the need for a Canvasser to call to your property or for Reminder forms to be sent to you.
You will receive a household call from our canvassers and further reminders. If you do not reply it may affect your right to vote.
Depending on how you have completed your form we may take further action. By confirming your details remain the same, we will not write to you again as part of the Canvass. If residents have moved out we will amend our records. If new people move into the property and appear eligible to vote we will send them an “Invitation to register” or they can register online by clicking here.
Thank you for your help and assistance.