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Parliamentary Constituency Boundary Review

The next stage of the 2018 Parliamentary Constituency Boundary Review was published on Tuesday 17 October 2017.

This review is being run by the Boundary Review for England Commission and was put on hold earlier in the year due to the General Election held in June 2017.

Please note that this review is separate from the one which the Local Government Boundary Commission for England is currently undertaking on "local government ward" boundaries.

The proposals and maps for the nine English regions have been published on the Boundary Review's website, at www.bce2018.org.uk

https://boundarycommissionforengland.independent.gov.uk/20.../

2018 Boundary Review Revised Proposals published ...

boundarycommissionforengland.independent.gov.uk

2018 Boundary Review Revised Proposals published. 17 October, 2017.

The eight-week public consultation period will run until 11 December 2017.

This will be the final time the public will get a chance to give the Commission their views on the latest proposals before our recommendations are reported to Parliament in September 2018.

Revised proposals for new constituency boundaries will are now live on the Commission's website
http://boundarycommissionforengland.independent.gov.uk/com.../

The Commission are also supplying one hard copy of the consultation documents which they have stated should be displayed at the Forum, Chester.

The Boundary Review for England Commission rely heavily on local authorities to assist them in publicising the consultation, so they can engage with as many citizens as possible.

PLEASE NOTE
This is separate to the Local Government Boundary Review which is also currently underway.

The Commission will be working with the Local Government Association and preparing a partner pack full of resources which will be available shortly.

Unlike previously, the Commission will not be hosting any public hearings — as there is no provision to allow this in their governing legislation.

For general information please refer to: http://boundarycommissionforengland.independent.gov.uk/2018

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