Other sections in Begin registration:
As part of Lancaster's online registration process, those eligible to vote in the UK can add their details to the electoral register.
If your permanent home address is in the UK then as a student you can go onto the electoral register both at home and at University. If you have previously registered but are moving into new accommodation, you will need to re-register.
Irish Republic or Commonwealth citizens are entitled to register and vote in all elections in Britain. Citizens of a European Union country living in the UK or a citizen of the Channel Islands or Isle of Man living in the UK are entitled to register and vote in local and European elections.
Everyone’s name and address goes on the full version of the electoral register. The full version of the register is only used for:
The open register is the version of the register that is available to anyone who wants to buy a copy, including businesses and organisations.
Although your details do have to be included on the full register, you can opt out of the open register.
If you are already registered to vote but want your name to be excluded from the open register please email email@example.com with your name and address.
Opting out does not affect your right to vote. You can find out more about the difference between the ‘open register’ and the electoral register on gov.uk