Following an announcement by the Prime Minister on 22 May 2024, Parliament will be dissolved on 30 May and a UK Parliamentary General Election will be held on Thursday 4 July 2024. 

Notice of election

Boundary review changes

Following a recent boundary review, East Hampshire is covered by two new parliamentary constituencies:

East Hampshire County Constituency

  • Alton Amery
  • Alton Ashdell
  • Alton Eastbrooke
  • Alton Holybourne
  • Alton Westbrook
  • Alton Whitedown
  • Alton Wooteys
  • Bentworth & Froyle
  • Binsted, Bentley and Selborne
  • Buriton & East Meon
  • Clanfield
  • Four Marks & Medstead
  • Froxfield, Sheep and Steep
  • Horndean Catherington  
  • Horndean Downs
  • Horndean Kings & Blendworth
  • Horndean Murray
  • Liss
  • Petersfield Bell Hill
  • Petersfield Causeway
  • Petetsfield Heath
  • Petersfield St Peters 
  • Ropley, Hawkley & Hangers
  • Rowlands Castle

East Hampshire County Constituency also takes on Oakley & The Candovers (Part) from Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council.

Farnham and Bordon County Constituency

The EHDC wards that make up part of the Farnham and Bordon County Constituency are:

  • Bramshott and Liphook
  • Grayshott
  • Headley
  • Lindford 
  • Whitehill Chase
  • Whitehill Hogmoor & Greatham
  • Whitehill Pinewood