Booking an appointment
To register a death in Leeds please call 0113 2224408 to make an appointment.
A death should be registered within five days (unless a coroner is investigating the circumstances leading to a death).
Where can I register a death?
You can register a death at one of the following One Stop Centres: - 2 Great George Street, Armley, Chapeltown, Dewsbury Road, Garforth, Harehills, Middleton, Morley, Otley, Pudsey, Rawdon, Rothwell and Wetherby. Please see the documents section for addresses and opening times.
You can also register a death in any other Register Office in England and Wales. The Registrar will send the details on to us, although this may delay the funeral.
Who can register a death?
- A relative of the deceased
- A person present at the death
- A person arranging the funeral (not the undertaker)
What do I need to bring?
You must bring the medical certificate issued by the doctor. Without this certificate the Registrar will not be able to register the death. If the death has been reported to the Coroner’s Office they will advise you what to do.
It is also helpful if you bring the deceased person’s birth certificate or passport to help check spellings, marriage certificate (if applicable) and medical card.
Tell Us Once
This is an optional service and is free of charge. You will need a unique reference which you can get from the registrars when you attend the appointment to register the death. Once you have this unique reference you can use the external link on this page or telephone the Tell Us Once service on 0800 085 7308