Published Tuesday, 1st March 2022

The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) has launched its second public consultation on its initially proposed map of constituencies, which is open until Monday 4 April 2022.

Local knowledge wanted imageHow to take part

View the proposed new constituency boundaries for your area and provide views on them by visiting the consultation website Responses can also be sent in by  letter, email or provided in person at a public hearing in your region. To view the list of locations and book your slot to speak at a hearing on the public hearings webpage

The Commission is undertaking an independent and impartial review of all constituencies in England, to make the number of electors in each constituency roughly the same. The number of constituencies in England will also increase to 543. The Commission wants to get the proposals right for communities, so is calling on members of the public to help shape the boundaries in their area.

The Commission received over 34,000 responses during its first consultation last year. These comments are now available to view by area, along with the proposals for constituencies, on their consultation website.

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