Individual Electoral Registration (IER) means that people need to register individually, rather than by household. This rule was introduced in 2014.
What do I need to do?
If you have not previously registered, are a new resident of Harrow, or have moved between properties, you need to register to vote.
Eligibility to vote
In England and Wales you can register to vote if you are 17 years old (and in some cases if you are 16). However, you can only vote when you become 18.
You must either be a British, Irish or qualifying Commonwealth citizen, that is:
- citizens who have leave to remain in the UK or do not require such leave
- citizens of the Republic of Ireland
- citizens of a European Union (EU) member state
Please note that your details will need to have been successfully confirmed by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) before you are entered onto the electoral register.
If you have any questions you can complete our Electoral Registration enquiry form.
Polling District and Polling Place Review 2024
Following a Polling District and Polling Places Review, the London Borough of Harrow intends to publish a revised register of electors on 20 February 2024. This is subject to a decision by the Licensing and General Purposes Committee.