Review of Parliamentary Constituencies

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) carries out electoral reviews of local authorities throughout England.

Havant Borough Council has not been reviewed since 2000 and the Commission therefore decided that it should review Havant in advance of the elections in 2024. This exercise was conducted between September 2021 and November 2022.

The report by the Boundary Commission for England (BCE) outlining their final recommendations for Havant Borough can be found at

The review concluded that Havant would consist of 2 constituencies, namely;

  • Havant
  • Fareham and Waterlooville

You can find more information about Boundary reviews on the Boundary Commission for England website.

Polling District and Places Review 2023

Under the Electoral Registration and Administration Act 2013 all local authorities are required to complete a formal review of their parliamentary polling districts and polling places at least every five years. The last review in Havant took place in 2024.

The Polling District and Polling Place Review report and accompanying documents that were approved by council in January 2024 can be found at Polling District and Polling Place Review.

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

You can find more information in relation to Polling District and Polling Place Reviews on the Electoral Commission website.


There are no open consultations currently taking place in relation to Electoral Services.

Previous consultations

Polling District & Polling Place Review 2023 - Once the local authority has published the results of its’ review, specified interested parties may make representations to the Commission to reconsider any polling districts and polling places.

The Havant Borough Council review started on 2 October 2023 and closed in January 2024. The consultation period was from Monday 2 October until Monday 20 November 2023.

Any comments made formed part of the public consultation feedback and were published along with all representations received.

Where is my polling station?

As a result of a Polling District / Polling Place Review, your polling station may have changed.

You can search for your nearest polling station ahead of any upcoming election by visiting the where do I vote? website. You will also find this information on your poll card.