Registered third parties

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Dear Brighton and Hove City Council,

This is a request for information under the Freedom of Information Act.

For the years 2016 and 2017, please provide a list of registered third parties - regulated by the Electoral Commission - that have requested electoral registers and/or electoral register updates, overseas voters lists, and/or absent voters lists.

For each registered third party, please provide details on what they requested and when they requested it. Please also indicate whether their requests were fulfilled.

I would like to receive this information in an electronic format. If you feel that a substantive response to this request is not possible within a reasonable time frame, I would be grateful if you could contact me and provide assistance as to how I can refine the request. If you need any clarification, please contact me. I look forward to receiving a response in 20 working days. Many thanks.

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Jenna Corderoy

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Please find set out below the information in response to the above
request:

 

The table below shows the Third Parties (as defined by the Electoral
Commission) that received the Electoral Register during 2016 and 2017. In
addition, Leave.EU, who are currently registered as a Third Party,
received a copy of the Electoral Register however, at the time of
requesting they were a Permitted Participant.

 

For the years 2016 and 2017, please provide a list of registered third
parties - regulated by the Electoral Commission - that have requested
electoral registers and/or electoral register updates, overseas voters
lists, and/or absent voters lists.
For each registered third party, please provide details on what they
requested and when they requested it. Please also indicate whether their
requests were fulfilled.
Third Party What was requested? When it was Whether this was
requested? fulfilled?
Hope Not Hate Ltd Register of Electors 18 January 2016 Yes
(TP 2547) + updates
Hope Not Hate Ltd Register of Electors 29 May 2017 Yes
(TP 6348) + updates
Register of Electors
Voter Consultancy + updates + overseas 2 November 2015 Yes
Ltd (TP 2153) + absent voters
lists
Register of Electors
Voter Consultancy + updates + overseas 15 June 2016 Yes
Ltd (TP 3928) + absent voters
lists
Register of Electors Yes (except
Voter Consultancy + updates + overseas 23 November 2016 updates, due to
Ltd (TP 3928) + absent voters non-response re:
lists passwords)

 

 

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