All local authorities are required to review their polling districts, polling places, and polling stations for Parliamentary Constituencies every five years.

Following the consultation (which has now closed), the ​​​​representations and final recommendations can be found below;

This was discussed at full council on Thursday 11 January 2024.

Polling district, polling place and polling station explainer

A polling district is a geographical electoral area into which wards and constituencies may be sub-divided.

A polling place is the buildings or areas designated by the council where electors in a polling district go to vote in person.

A polling station is the room or area within the polling place where voting takes place.

Polling station maps

Polling place review timetable

Monday 16 October 2023 - Formal notice of review

Monday 16 October 2023 - Commencement of consultation period

Monday 16 October 2023 - Publication of (acting) returning officers comments

Friday 24 November 2023 - Consultation ends

Thursday 14 December 2023 - Proposals considered by strategy board

Thursday 11 January 2024 - Final proposals taken to full council

Thursday 18 January 2024 - Publish results of review

Thursday 1 February 2024 - Republish register – if changes.

How to comment

If you wish to comment on existing arrangements, please email or write to:

The Electoral Services Manager, Polling Review Responses, East Hampshire District Council, Penns Place, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 4EX

Please note: Any comments made will form part of the public consultation feedback and will be published alongside other comments received. Personal data e.g. your name and address will be removed from the public documents.