On this page, you can find information on registering to vote for people who are about to move house or have moved house recently.
Don't forget your furniture, your pets… or your right to vote!
If you've just moved house, you will need to register to vote again. It's incredibly important that you do, otherwise you may not be able to vote.
Now that you've installed your fridge and updated your TV licence, take a few minutes to register to vote now at your new address to make sure you don't miss out. Then you can get back to unpacking all those boxes.
Register to vote
In England, Scotland or Wales, you can register to vote online at gov.uk/register-to-vote.
In Northern Ireland, visit our Register to vote in Northern Ireland page to download a registration form.
Why do I need to remember to register to vote when I move house?
The electoral register is maintained by local electoral registration offices – they use the register to issue ballot papers at elections.
To make sure you're still eligible to vote, you need to make sure you register to vote when you move, even if you're still within the same local authority area.
I've just moved house – when can I register to vote?
You can register at any time of year. You can complete the quick online registration process at gov.uk/register-to-vote.
Make sure you include your previous address when completing the online form so you can be removed from the register at your old address.
If you are in Northern Ireland, please visit our Register to vote in Northern Ireland page.