If you live abroad: applying for and returning a postal vote

The postal vote can be sent to any address supplied by you, the elector, at the time of application.

It is your responsibility to ensure that we receive the postal vote by the close of polls on polling day.

Please remember that post sent to and from foreign addresses will take longer to arrive. In some cases, it may take too long for the postal vote to arrive for the election.

Those living overseas are advised to consider appointing a proxy instead.

Find out more about proxy votes