New Constituencies for the 2016 Election
As of the 2016 General Election the Isle of Man will be divided into 12 constituencies which will each return two members to the House of Keys. These Constituencies are drawn along historic parish and sheading boundaries, and ensure that every person on the Island has similar political representation. Less densely populated areas such as Arbory, Castletown and Malew have been joined together to form one constituency. Make sure you don't miss you on your chance affect the Island's future, use our online mapping service to find your constituency.
If you are unsure of your constituency, you may wish to make use of our online mapping service. This service will provide you with information regarding House of Keys constituencies, polling stations/districts and Local Authorities.
Guidance for using the Online Mapping Service
- Type your postcode into the search bar (if you don't know your postcode, you can still manually search for your property)
- Once you have found your property use the "Local Information" icon [i] and select: "Electoral Sept-2016" from the menu list. This will provide you with your Keys Constituency, Polling district and Polling Ward.