How to find name of an occupier
How to find the name of an occupier
You want to know the names of the occupiers for an address in the UK. Who is living there now.
The first think we would suggest is going to the local library or history centre in that area. You may have to call them first, however you can see the full Electoral register showing occupants. The online version people have the choice to opt out from the online version. They can hide themselves. At the library or history centre for that area you can view the full version. There may be a small fee and you may have to book an appointment.
The second option is search 192.com. search by address instead of the person. It may reveal who the current occupants are. Look out for the occupancy dates. You want to see something that shows the current year. Click here to search 192's search by address feature. We highly recommend 192.com for electoral roll searching by name or address.
The third option is to send a royal mail signed for letter to the occupier and see who signs for it. This is a bit of hit'n'miss as it could just be a scribble, but you never know. You can even send a letter online. Click here.
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