Region:South East England

South East England
South East England.png
The region of South East England in England
CountryUnited Kingdom
Number of zones1156
Maximum PPH1181
Last updated2021-01-09

South East England is one of twelve regions in the United Kingdom. It consists of the counties of Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Surrey and West Sussex and has about nine million inhabitants.

The largest city is Brighton & Hove, other of the region's most populous towns are Hove, Guildford, Portsmouth, Milton Keynes, Reading, Oxford, Slough and Southampton.

Adjacent regions are South West England in the west, West Midlands in the northwest, East Midlands in the north and East of England and Greater London in the northwest.

Geographical division[edit]


In the South East England there are 19 municipalities with at least one turf zone:

Municipality Zones
Bracknell Forest 18
Brighton & Hove 96
Buckinghamshire 38
East Sussex 50
Hampshire 140
Isle of Wight 17
Kent 151
Medway 24
Milton Keynes 131
Oxfordshire 75
Portsmouth 73
Reading 93
Slough 30
Southampton 99
Surrey 20
West Berkshire 12
West Sussex 61
Windsor and Maidenhead 2
Wokingham 26


There are 892 turf zones in the region, two of which is counted as World Heritage Sites, one Winner zone, seven Water zones, 38 Train station zones, 14 Monument zones, 62 Holy zones, 68 Bridge zones, eight Castle zones and nine Ruin zones.

Updated: 2021-01-09

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