How To Find Someone In The UK
If you're trying to find someone – maybe a long lost friend or relation, a business partner, debtor or someone involved in legal proceedings – you might not have an easy time.
If you move house in the UK, it's quite easy to make it hard for people to track you down. You may rent a property (keeping your name out of the Land Registry) or make your phone number ex-directory. This can also make you very hard to find.
So – how to find someone in the UK? The most foolproof way is to consult up-to-date Electoral Register data, which is available through sites like this one in an edited form. Although not all names and addresses are available on the edited version, the information on the Electoral Register is typically very accurate and covers the majority of the UK adult population. As such, it's probably the data source that's most likely to help you find someone.
So your best bet if you're trying to find someone in the UK may be to use an online people finder service like People Trace Online. We offer full access to edited, public version of the UK Electoral Register, and searching for people data is fast, easy and cost-effective. If you're trying to find someone, you should be able to come up with a result in just a few minutes.
People Trace Online - Online resource for tracing names and addresses of UK citizens via the Electoral Register.