The letter will be addressed to the occupier.
There is no need to respond to the letter unless voter details at your address have changed.
As well as voter details, your letter will also contain a leaflet with information about new Voter ID requirements at elections.
The leaflet explains that people voting in person at a polling station when elections take place will in future need to show an approved form of photographic ID.
Find out more about Voter ID and the Elections Act 2022.
If names are missing
If you, or someone in your household is eligible to vote and needs to register, you can apply online.
Applications take around 5 minutes to complete and you’ll need to provide your date of birth and National Insurance number, if you have one.
You can check if you're eligible to vote on The Electoral Commission website.
Make other changes to the details on your letter
- Remove someone who is no longer at your address - visit our Lambeth household update service.
- Change your name (for example, if you have changed your name by deed poll, civil partnership or marriage) - visit register to vote on the Gov.UK website.
- Change your nationality (for example, you have become a British citizen) - visit register to vote on the Gov.UK website.
Respond by post
If you would like to return your completed paper form, cross out the names of people who have moved out, complete the signature box and return the form by post to, Lambeth Electoral Services, PO Box 734, Winchester, SO23 5DG.
Postal and proxy voting
Find out how to arrange or cancel a postal or proxy vote (someone voting on your behalf).