What's the fastest way to get proof of address?

What's the fastest way to get proof of address?

If you require a paper bill as proof of address, for example, to open a UK bank account, then the fastest option is a Council Tax bill. If you reach out to your local authority directly and let them know you require proof of address they will either be able to send you a welcome letter by post or a digital letter addressed to you that you can print. 

You can find the details of your local authority or district Council through your Please Connect Me dashboard. 
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