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We are currently streamlining our processes, which means when we collect your rent via Direct Debit it will have a new account reference. This does not change the way in which we collect Direct Debits. If you pay between 16th – 22nd of the month your October payment will be taken later than planned.


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Find out how to register to vote, how you can view the electoral register, and information about the Annual Canvass.

How you can register to vote in Ipswich and how the information you provide will be used.
You can email or write to us at any time if you would like to have your details removed from the open register.
There are two versions of the electoral register available to view. Use the information on this page to decide which copy of the register is most relevant to your need.
The electoral services team can provide a certificate of residence, which confirms an elector's entry on the current register of electors.
There are restrictions on who can buy copies of an Electoral Register and how the information can be used.
The Electoral Registration Officer at the Council has a duty to conduct an annual canvass in order to maintain an up-to-date register of electors and ensure that all individuals in a household who are eligible to vote are registered to do so.
The Electoral Registration Officer requires canvassers to carry out door-to-door enquiries as part of the 2018 Annual Canvass of residential properties in Ipswich.

Contact Details

Ipswich Borough Council,
Electoral Services,
2W Grafton House,
15-17 Russell Road,

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01473 432533