Parliamentary Constituency and Local Boundary Reviews
Parliamentary constituency boundary review
On 13 September 2016, the Boundary Commission for England published initial proposals for new Parliamentary constituency boundaries in England.
View the proposals and follow the review
The review can also be followed on Twitter using #2018boundaryreview.
The publication started a 12 week consultation period on initial proposals that ended on 5 December 2016. There were further consultations to the Boundary Commission in 2017. The commission must report to the government with final proposals in September 2018.
Local government boundary review 2018/19
The Local Government Boundary Commission will be holding an electoral review of the London Borough of Camden ward boundaries in 2018-2019. The last electoral review of the boroughs ward boundaries was in 1999. The results of the Review will come in to force for the 2022 Local Council Elections.
The Local Government Boundary Commission will look at the Councils electoral arrangements, they will look at the following areas:
- The total number of members elected to the Council
- The number and boundaries of electoral areas (wards)
- The number of councillors for each electoral area
- The name of any electoral area
The formal review commences in November 2018 and there will be various consultation periods where Political Parties, residents and any interested persons / parties will be able to submit recommendations and comment on the review proposals. The dates of the consultation periods will be published here as soon as they are available.