Customers without a fixed address can still have a say at elections.
If you do not have a permanent address, you can register, using your boatmail.co.uk
address by downloading and filling out the “Declaration of Local Connection” form.
(There are two versions available for either England/Wales or Scotland). Alternatively,
you can obtain the form from your local electoral registration office.
People wishing to register in Northern Ireland should download the form from the
Electoral Office for Northern Ireland.
If you live on a boat, houseboat or similar residence which has a fixed or permanent
mooring then you can register at that address.
Once a year, the local Electoral Registration Officer sends a form to every household
in the country to capture those people who live at that address who are eligible
to vote. One person in the household makes a declaration that the people listed against
that address live at that address. Obviously, boatmail.co.uk are unable to declare
any customers actually live at the address as this would be untrue.
Details to how to apply to go on the Electoral Roll at an address are shown here
The local Council for Gloucester is Gloucester City Council
As the core customer base for boatmail.co.uk is canal boat owners, motorcaravanners
and those who use caravans, they are classed as Living on a boat or other mobile
residence and can use the boatmail.co.uk address as a point of contact and can get
a listing in the local Electoral Roll
Full details of this and how to apply can be found here