Voting by post
If you are unable to get to the polling station, you can apply to vote by post (PDF 11.2KB) .
Once you have completed the postal voting form, please return it to:
For security, you’ll need to tell us your date of birth and sign the application. We’ll send you a postal voting statement with your ballot papers, and we check the details are the same on your completed statement when you post it back.
Postal votes can only be issued to electors registered under Individual Electoral Register (IER).
If you register to vote by post, you won’t be able to vote at a polling station. But, you can hand your postal ballot paper to the Presiding Officer at any polling station within your Constituency area.