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What electorate is malvern in?

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The member for Malvern is Michael O'Brien (Liberal). Find his contact details on the Parliament of Victoria website.

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Before you do this you will need to know your national insurance number. If you do not have a national insurance number, or have lost it, please contact 01684 862200.

Usually within three to six weeks of the Electoral Registration Officer receiving your application your name will be added to the Register of Electors as long as your details can be correctly verified.

We will write and confirm that your name has been added to the Register.

If you want to vote in this year's local elections being held in May, then you must register to vote by midnight on 17 April 2023.

Please see the relevant Notice of Elections for details of the deadline for applications to be made.

From Thursday 4 May 2023 voters will be required by law (Elections Act 2022) to show an approved form of photographic identification to polling station staff before being issued with a ballot paper.

If you don’t already have any of the accepted forms of photographic identification (listed below), you will be able to apply either in person, by post or online, for a Voter Authority Certificate – this is a free photographic identification document. Applications for Voter Authority Certificates can be made online at GOVUK - Voter Authority Certificates. Applications can also be made be post or in person at The Council House, Avenue Road, Malvern WR14 3AF. Please contact Electoral Services 01684 862200 for further information.

The deadline to apply for a Voter Authority Certificate is 5pm on 25 April 2023

If you are voting as a proxy on behalf of another elector you will need to present your own ID, not the ID of the person you are voting on behalf of.

Acceptable forms of photographic identification will include:

Unacceptable forms of ID

If your photographic identification document has expired it will still be accepted so long as the photograph is still a good likeness of you, unless it is a temporary Voter Authority Certificate which is not valid for use on the date of poll.

You may be required to provide further proof of identity if there is any discrepancy between your name as shown on your form of photographic identification and the name of the elector or proxy that you claim to be.

The requirement to show photo ID does not apply to postal voters.

The requirement to show photo ID will also be in force for the UK Parliamentary General Elections.

Voting by post allows you to vote at home without needing to visit a polling station. Before each election we will send your ballot paper to you in the post with a form to complete with your date of birth and signature.

pdf You can register for a postal vote by completing a postal vote application form.  (14 KB)

If possible, please send your form via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Emailed forms will be received and processed faster, and we will be able to acknowledge receipt via email reply. Alternatively, you can send your form via post to Electoral Services, The Council House, Avenue Road, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 3AF.

If you cannot make it to a polling station on polling day then you can send someone else to vote on your behalf. This is called voting by proxy.

You can register for a one-off proxy vote (appointing someone to vote on your behalf). pdf Complete a proxy vote application form. (102 KB)

To apply for permanent proxy vote (on grounds of employment, education or disability), please complete a permanent proxy vote application form (opens in new window)

The deadline to apply to vote by proxy is normally 6six working days before an election. However, in some circumstances emergency proxy voting is also available. Further information about voting by emergency proxy, including application forms. Download application forms from the electoral commission website (opens in new window). Please contact us for further information and guidance about voting by Emergency Proxy.

If possible, please send your form via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Emailed forms will be received and processed faster, and we will be able to acknowledge receipt via email reply. Alternatively, you can send your form via post to Electoral Services, The Council House, Avenue Road, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 3AF.

The Local Government Act 2011 requires the Council to publish a verification number notice which sets out the minimum number of signatures which would be needed to support a valid petition requiring the council to hold a referendum on whether the district should change to a different form of governance.

pdf View verification number notice 2023. (10 KB)

The minimum number, equal to 5 per cent of the local government electors for Malvern Hills District Council shown in the revised register published at 15 February 2023, is 3126.

This is the minimum number of signatures needed to support any petitions to the council submitted between 1 April 2023 and before 31 March 2024.

A new number will be published in February 2024 and if the number is less than 3126 then the new number will apply from the date published.

The Register of Electors contains the names and addresses of everyone living in the district who are eligible to vote (British, Commonwealth and citizens of other European Union Members States). In order to vote your name must be on the Register of Electors for the area in which you live.

The information contained within the Register can only be used for certain purposes such as elections, law enforcement and credit referencing.

If you have any queries please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 01684 862200.

The Boundary Commission for England is currently reviewing parliamentary constituency boundaries in England.

No changes are currently proposed to the West Worcestershire Parliamentary Constituency.

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