Register to vote

Register to vote in Haringey.

Online registration

The easiest way to register to vote is online.

Register to vote online

You will need:

  • your National Insurance number
  • your date of birth

If you are unable to supply these, we will contact you for more evidence.

Contact HMRC if you cannot find your National Insurance number

Register anonymously if you are in danger

If your safety or that of any other person in your home will be at risk if your name or address is made public, you can register anonymously. Your name and address will not be visible to anyone inspecting the register.

To register anonymously call us on 020 8489 1000. Do not complete the online application.

More information on registering anonymously

Register to vote with no fixed address

You can still register to vote even if you don't have a fixed address. This may be because you are:

  • a patient in a mental health hospital
  • a homeless person
  • a person remanded in custody

Call us on 020 8489 1000 to register with no fixed address.

More information on registering with no fixed address

Remove a person from the electoral register

If you think that people are wrongly registered at your address, you can complete the removal e-form.

Request a removal from the electoral register

You can also:

  • send an email to confirming your name and address, along with the names of the individuals who have moved out (and their forwarding addresses, if known)
  • call us on 020 8489 1000

As part of the removal process, letters will be sent to all those who should be deleted confirming that their entry will be removed.

Contact customer services: electoral services