Residents reminded to respond to household enquiry form to avoid a home visit

Published: Wednesday 10th October 18

Household Enquiry Forms were sent to all Wandsworth households in July asking residents to update or confirm the information held on the electoral register.

This is part of the council’s annual electoral registration canvass to ensure that the electoral register is up to date.

It is a requirement by law to respond, even if there are no changes to make.

Many households have yet to respond so are likely to be visited by an electoral registration canvasser and could possibly face a fine of £1,000.

Responding promptly online using the security codes printed on the form is strongly recommended, as it will help to save council-taxpayers’ money.

British, Irish, Commonwealth and European Union citizens are eligible to register to vote and must do so by law.

Registering to vote means you can have your say in elections and referendums, while being on the electoral register can also improve your credit score. 

An election or referendum can be called at any time, so it’s always important for residents to keep their electoral registration details up to date.

Visit for more information

 Make and view comments on this article

(This is only present to check if you a real person)


(Required but not displayed on site)

(Required but not displayed with your comment. Used to help prevent spam.)


(You can unsubscribe at any time)



You must carefully read and then agree to the Terms and Conditions before accessing the message board and posting a comment. If you do not wish to be bound by these Terms and Conditions, you may not access or use the message board.

If you wish to complain about a comment, contact us at

Recent comments

There have been no comments made on this news item.