Community Governance Review

Closed 8 Jun 2018

Opened 4 May 2018


What is a community governance review?

Community governance refers to the most local level of decision making which is carried out by parish and town councils in England. From time to time it is important to review these arrangements, including their boundaries and the number of councillors in each area, to check that they are working effectively and efficiently.

Why your views matter

In reviewing arrangements we must ensure that boundaries continue to reflect natural communities and that electors are equally represented, i.e. the ratio of councillors to electors is approximately the same across the borough.

We want to ensure we understand your views about the local community you live in before making any decisions.

What happens next

All responses will be reviewed and final recommendations will be made to Eastleigh Borough Council's Administration Commitee on June 25th. They will then make a decision on what changes will be made.


  • Community Governance, Proposed changes to Hound parish

    From 15 May 2018 at 15:00 to 15 May 2018 at 19:00

    Drop in session for residents to see proposed changes to Hound parish area.