To be eligible to vote in the General Election on 8 June 2017 you must be registered to vote by 22 May 2017.
If you are already registered you do not need to apply again.
You need to be on the electoral register to vote in elections and referendums. Being on the council tax list does not mean that you are on the electoral register.
You should also update your details if you move house or change your name. It is important to help us keep your details up to date.
You can register online or update your details here. Registering takes about five minutes and you will need your national insurance number (if you have one).
The current system for registering to vote, known as Individual Electoral Registration, was introduced in 2014. Under this system electoral registration applications can now only be made on an individual basis, rather than as a household.
Please note that having your name on the electoral register will help you to obtain credit or open a bank or building society account. Lenders now routinely check the register as a way of confirming applicants’ details.
If you need help or advice about registering to vote, please contact Electoral Services using the details below.
The Electoral Registration Officer
Isles of Scilly
T: 01720 424358