Newham

Newham Register Office

​The register office provides services for many of life's requirements including registering births and deaths, and baby naming ceremonies.​​

You can now make registration service appointments online, at a time and date convenient for you.

There will be no certificate service over the Christmas and New Year period from 24 December 2018 to 2 January 2019. Any priority certificate orders received during this period will be processed on 2 January 2019. Any standard orders received during this period will be processed from 3 January 2019 onwards. Normal service will resume for orders received from 2 January 2019 onwards. ​​​​​

Book your registration appointments online

Find us

​Type of service Location​
​Citizenship ceremonies Newham Town Hall (book online)
​Copy certificates Newham Town Hall (apply online and collect or receive in the post)
​Giving notice ​First Floor, East Ham Community Neighbourhood Centre (book an appointment online)
​Marriage ceremonies Newham Town Hall
​Nationality checking ​First Floor, East Ham Community Neighbourhood Centre (book an appointment online)
​Registering a birth ​First Floor, East Ham Community Neighbourhood Centre (book an appointment online)
​Registering a death ​First Floor, East Ham Community Neighbourhood Centre (book an appointment online)
​Registering a stillbirth ​First Floor, East Ham Community Neighbourhood Centre (come in at the earliest opportunity and we will see you straight away)
​Registration corrections ​Newham Town Hall (download the application form from the General Register Office at gov.uk​)
​Re-registering a birth ​Newham Town Hall (book an appointment online)
Newham Town Hall
Barking Road
East Ham
E6 2RP

East Ham Community Neighbourhood Centre
328 Barking Road
East Ham
E6 2RT

Phone: 020 8430 2000

 

Opening hours

Opening times for services (not including planned ceremonies)

​Day ​ Services at Newham Town Hall Services at East Ham Community Neighbourhood Centre​
​Monday ​9am - 12 noon ​9am - 4.30pm
​Tuesday
9am - 12 noon ​9am - 4.30pm
​Wednesday 9am - 12 noon ​9am - 4.30pm
​Thursday 9am - 12 noon
​9am - 4.30pm
​Friday 9am - 12 noon ​9am - 4.30pm
​Saturday Urgent requirements and appointments only
Sunday ​Closed
​Bank holidays
​Closed
 

Payments

We do not accept cash payments. 

To make a payment you will need to pay with your credit or debit card. 

 

Birth and death registration

You will need to arrange an appointment to register a birth or death. If you are registering a stillbirth, a walk-in service is available.

You will have to create a MyNewham account at to be able to access the online appointment booking system.

Do not book an appointment to register a birth until you have received your child's discharge letter - without the discharge letter, the child cannot be registered by Newham's registration services.

You can find out more on our registering a birth, re-registering a birth, registering a death and stillbirth registration pages.
 
 

Emergency burial service

This service is for the issue of emergency burial certificates only. The service is usually available:
  • 12 noon to 4pm on Saturday afternoons, and
  • 9am to 4pm on Sundays and bank holidays.
 If you need this service call 07801 244 805. 

You must then go to the East Ham Community Neighbourhood Centre, 1st Floor, to register the death during the following week.
 


 

You can give notice at an appointment Monday to Friday.

For more information, including the fees we charge, see our giving notice page.

 
 

Nationality Checking Service

If you are applying for British citizenship, we can check that you have completed your application to the Home Office correctly, with all the necessary documents and the right fee. Find out more about our nationality checking service.

 
 

Citizenship ceremonies

Find out how to book a citizenship ceremony in Newham.

 

Copy certificates

You can apply online for copies of official birth, marriage and death certificates and receive in the post or collect from the Newham Town Hall. 

 

Correcting a certificate

In some circumstances corrections to birth, death and marriage certificates can be made. Find out more about what can be corrected and how to make a change.

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