Gosport Borough moves in to Tier 4 - Stay at Home Alert Level

The Council's top priority is the health and wellbeing of our residents, people who work in the Borough, and our staff. We're working hard to continue to provide our services while ensuring the safety of residents.

Gosport currently has one of the highest rates of infection in Hampshire. To help protect our residents customers and staff, and to reduce day to day contact, the Town Hall will remain closed until 4 January 2021.

Council staff are continuing to work from home and the Town Hall and we are continuing to deliver our services to the community.

By Train:

 

The nearest station is Portsmouth Harbour (not Portsmouth and Southsea). The Gosport Passenger Ferry is 90 metres approx. from the station entrance and offers a frequent (quarter hourly) service. Gosport Town Hall may be approached from High Street and is a short walk (approximately 800 metres) from the Ferry Terminal. Taxis and buses are also usually available.

By Car

From M27
Leave the M27 at Junction 11 and join the A27, signposted Fareham.
At the second junction join the A32, signposted Gosport.
Continue on this road for approximately five miles into Gosport.
Pass the ferry and continue round into South Street where there is ample car parking in the vicinity of the Town Hall.

From M3

Leave the M3 Junction 14 and join the M27. Follow the directions above.

Gosport Borough Council,
Town Hall,
High Street,
Gosport.
PO12 1EB.

Tel: (023) 9258 4242 (Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm)

Email: enquiries@gosport.gov.uk or use our Feedback form.