Each year the Electoral Registration Officer is required to undertake an annual canvass of all households in the district to update the electoral register.
As part of this we must contact every property to find out if there are any changes to the household so we can remove the details of those no longer living there and invite new occupants to register individually.
Why have I received a Household Enquiry Form?
You have received a Household Enquiry Form (HEF) as part of our annual canvass. The canvass takes place on a yearly basis, to make sure the register of electors is up to date. To do this, we send a HEF to every residential property in Tandridge.
If we hold an e-mail address for you, we will send your HEF via e-mail. The e-mails will be sent out from email@example.com on 27 June 2019.
If we hold an e-mail address for more than one person in the property, each individual person will receive an e-mail.
Only one response per household is required. The e-mail will ask you to log on to our HEF response service and get you to confirm or update the details we hold.
This e-mail is a genuine request, but if you are unsure please contact electoral services.
If we do not hold an e-mail address for you, or you haven't responded to the e-mail by 8 July 2019, a paper HEF will be sent to you around 22 July 2019.
The form will be addressed to The Resident and will contain the details of all those in the household who are registered to vote. Where a property has no registered electors, the form will be blank.
You need to respond to the form, even if you have no changes to make. If you do not respond to the HEF, you could be liable for a fine of up to £1,000.