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Monthly Archives: September 2016

The first two weeks – an update from the Secretary to the Commission

27 September, 2016

We’re two weeks in to the consultation on our initial proposals. Sam Hartley, Secretary to the Commission, has blogged on how much engagement we’ve seen from the public so far, and when and where the Commission will be around the country in the coming weeks, hearing direct from local residents – …

The first two weeks – an update from the Commission

27 September, 2016

We’re exactly two weeks in to the consultation on our initial proposals, which we published on 13 September 2016. Since then we’ve been asking all of you to get involved with the consultation and let us know what you think. You’re the experts when it comes to local communities, so we …

2018 Boundary Review initial proposals launched

12 September, 2016

Initial proposals for new constituencies published Today (13 September) the independent Boundary Commission for England (BCE) has published its initial proposals for new Parliamentary constituencies. The publication marks the start of 12 weeks of consultation, during which the Commission needs to hear from you to help shape the proposed new …

Blog from the Secretary to the Commission

9 September, 2016

Much of what we publish is, by necessity, very formal. So we thought we’d give you a bit of a flavour of the human side of working in the BCE. Head on over to read a blog post by Sam Hartley, Secretary to the Commission, who shares his thoughts as …

Boundaries are changing – and we need your help

9 September, 2016

The Boundary Commission for England is looking at how best to draw the boundaries of your MP’s constituency, and we need your help to do so. Parliament has asked us, as an independent and impartial public organisation, to conduct a review of all the constituency boundaries in England. Our task …

Quick video explanation of the 2018 Review

7 September, 2016

With less than a week to go until we publish our initial proposals for new constituencies, we have produced a six minute introductory video to explain the basics of what the 2018 Review is (and is not). You can view the video here, and if you’d like further detailed information, have …