- The date of birth (if held) - The dates the individual has been registered on the Annual Register.- The month of moving in or out of the property according to the Rolling Register.Any monthly updates your council makes to the register will be updated on our records.If you only recently registered on the electoral roll then we may still be updating our records. If you recently moved ask your local authority to add your name to the electoral roll at your new address.Contact your local Electoral Registration Office to opt in or out of the ‘open register’ - the version of the electoral register that’s available to anyone who wants to buy a copy.Electoral roll information helps companies to confirm your name and address quickly.They will then tell us so we can update your report.
Companies will take electoral roll information at previous addresses into consideration when making a decision.The Electoral Roll, also known as the Electoral Register is a list containing the names and contact details for every registered voter in the UK.Prior to 2003, there was one publicly available register without specific restrictions on use or any facility to opt-out.You can update your name, address or other details on the electoral register through GOV. UK Alternatively, you can request a change of name form by contacting Electoral Services, confirming your name, address and request. Having completed this form, you will need to return this to us via email, fax, post or in person along with a copy of a document demonstrating this change.An example of an acceptable document is a marriage certificate or deed poll.