Over the coming weeks, almost 100,000 local households will start receiving a form as part of the annual canvass to ensure that the correct details are on the Council's electoral register.
The electoral register lists the names and addresses of everyone who is registered to vote in public elections. The register is used for electoral purposes, such as making sure only eligible people can vote.
As part of an annual canvass, Milton Keynes Council has announced that over the next few weeks emails and forms will be sent to every household that will show what information is currently held on the Electoral Register at that property.
Occupiers are required to check the information and confirm that it is correct or make any changes that are necessary so that a revised register can be published on 1 December.
Different forms are sent to all residential properties during the canvass, please check the form carefully and respond as soon as you can only if it requires you to do so.
The Register is not connected to any other council records, paying Council Tax is not enough to make sure you can vote.
You cannot view the register of electors online, you will need to contact the elections team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01908 254706 to find out how to access the Electoral Register.
For more information on the annual canvass, please click here.