This will be used for all elections called between 1 December 2016 and 1 December 2017.
It is still possible to register to vote throughout the year.
The electoral register is a list of the names and addresses of everyone who is registered to vote. If you cannot find your NI number get in touch with HMRC.
You can register at gov.uk/register-to-vote Since June 2014 people registering to vote in Brighton & Hove have done so under the new system of Individual Electoral Registration (IER).
Find out more about Individual Electoral Registration Using information received by the public, registration officers keep two registers, the electoral register and the open register (also known as the edited register).
This confirms who is registered to vote at your address and asks you to let us know of any changes needed.
Even if nothing has changed we still need to hear from you.
It has been compiled from voter registration forms that were delivered to all residential addresses in Brighton & Hove at a set time of year.
On 1 December 2016 a new Electoral Register was published.
The Edited (Open) Register The Edited Register leaves out the names and address of people who have asked to opt out.
Opting out will mean details won’t be passed on to third parties and may prevent junk mail.
The Liverpool City Council register will be compared to the Department of Work and Pension (DWP) records to confirm your details are correct.