You can still register to vote even if you do not have a fixed address. This may be because you are:
- A patient in a mental health hospital
- A merchant seaman
- Part of the gypsy or travelling community
- Living on a boat or other moveable residence
- A person remanded in custody
If you are staying at an address for an extended length of time then you can be considered as residing there and can register for that address. This could be a hospital, hostel, prison facility or similar place.
You can register online at gov.uk/register-to-vote.
If you do not have a permanent address, you can register at an address where you spend a substantial part of your time or have some connection. This could be a previously permanent address, shelter or similar place.
You can register by filling in a form called a ‘Declaration of local connection’. You can download a Register to vote form (no fixed address) from gov.uk. There are two forms – one for people in England and Wales and one for people in Scotland. Alternatively, you can get the form from your local electoral registration office:
the Electoral Services Office on 01233 330402,
Ashford Borough Council
You can read more detailed information relevant to you on the Your Vote Matters website
You must register to vote by the coming Monday, 22 May, to vote in the General Election or the Victoria Ward By-election