Three venues have been identified to host the counting after the elections in Western Province on November 19.
There are Gizo, Noro and Seghe.
Election Manager, Samson Tim said the counting venues were agreed upon after their meeting with Police twice last week.
Tim said there were doubts cast over Noro initially because of alleged threats from some communities around the area.
However, he said police assessed the area and declared it fit to host the counting.
Gizo will host the counting for Shortlands, North Vella La Vella, South Vella La Vella, Ranoggah Simbo and Gizo Kolombangara.
Noro will host West New Georgia and Vona Vona, South New Georgia& Rendova Tetepare and North New Georgia.
While Seghe will host the counting for Marovo, one of the biggest constituencies in the province.
Tim said counting for most of the constituencies will start on Thursday except for Shortlands and Marovo, which are likely to start on Friday.
“Ballot boxes from Shortlands will arrive in Gizo on Friday because of the distance.
“Marovo, its size is too big so it will take at least a day or two for all the ballot boxes to arrive at Seghe for counting,” he said.
Meanwhile, West New Georgia & Vona Vona recorded the highest number of voters with 7,960, while Shortlands recorded the lowest of 2,543.