Register to vote if you haven't got a fixed or permanent address
You can register to vote if you don't have a fixed address.
Applies to England, Scotland and Wales
You can use this form to register to vote if you’re either:
- homeless or have no fixed address
- a person who has been remanded in custody, but you have not yet been convicted of any offence
- a patient in a mental health hospital
How to use this form
To register, you need to give an address where you would be living if it were not for your current situation or an address where you have lived in the past. If you are homeless, you can give details of where you spend a substantial part of your time.
Follow these steps to register to vote.
Fill in this electoral registration form.
Make sure you sign the declaration.
Return your completed form to your Electoral Registration Officer.
Last updated 19 April 2022 + show all updates
You can no longer register to vote for the elections taking place on 5 May 2022. You can still register for future elections.
You can no longer register to vote for elections taking place in England, Wales and Northern Ireland on 5 May 2022. You can still register to vote for the local government elections in Scotland.
To vote in the 5 May 2022 elections, you must register by 11:59pm on 14 April 2022 (for elections in England, Wales and Northern Ireland) or by 11:59pm on 18 April 2022 (for elections in Scotland).
To vote in the 6 May 2021 elections you need to register by 19 April 2021.
Form 'Register to vote if you haven't got a fixed or permanent address (Scotland)' updated.
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