The Electoral Services team are responsible for administering the electoral process in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. This means that we:
- prepare and maintain a complete and accurate register of electors
- organise elections and referendums which take place in the borough
- promote public awareness of, and participation in, the electoral process
- provide a high standard of service to all local residents
The next elections scheduled to take place in Hammersmith & Fulham is the General Election on Thursday 7 May 2015.
If you are registered there is a choice of ways in which you can vote. Most people choose to vote in person, however it may be more convenient for you to vote by post or appoint a proxy to vote for you.
For more information on elections in the borough and the ways you can vote please visit our Current Elections page.
Everyone who is eligible to vote must ensure that their name appears on the register of electors. You can apply to be added to the register, or have your details amended, at any time.
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Registration has changed
Previously voter registration was done by household. One person in a household completed a form and entered the details of everyone who lived there. The people who were eligible were then registered to vote. Now everyone needs to register themselves individually.
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During the annual canvass and at election time we are always looking to recruit local people to the electoral services team and help us to deliver the excellent service that our residents have come to expect. For details of our current vacancies and how to apply please visit our Recruitment page.
Contact Electoral Services
Our offices are located at:
Hammersmith Town Hall
We are open for personal enquiries from 8:45am to 5pm Monday to Thursday and from 8:45am to 4.45pm on Fridays (except bank holidays).
We are on the ground floor and have full access for wheelchair users.
Tel: 020 8753 4466, Fax: 020 8753 2007/2229
Suggestions, compliments and complaints
We welcome your feedback at any time because it will help us to improve our service to you. To submit a comment about any part of our service please contact Zoe Wilkins, Deputy Electoral Service Manager, using the following email link: email@example.com.