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Online consultation and how you can help us improve

During the previous review of constituencies, the Commission used an interactive online consultation website to gather the public’s views. The service was used by the vast majority of consultation respondents, and user feedback was generally very positive, so the Commission is planning to use a similar service for the 2023 …

Assistant Commissioners sought for 2023 Review

The Commission is pleased to announce it is looking to appoint 18 Assistant Commissioners to assist with the conduct of the 2023 Review of Parliamentary constituencies. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 10 March and more information about the roles is available here. Assistant Commissioners are appointed to work in small …

2023 Review launched

Following publication of the UK’s electorate figures earlier today by the Office for National Statistics, the BCE  has now formally begun a new review of all parliamentary constituencies in England.  The relevant total UK electorate has been announced by the Office for National Statistics as 47,558,398. Application of the statutory …

Parliamentary Constituencies Act 2020 passed

Royal Assent has now been given to what is now the Parliamentary Constituencies Act 2020. This new legislation makes amendments to the process for the next and subsequent Parliamentary constituency boundary reviews. The key changes are: – restoring the total number of constituencies the review must be based on to 650 (reviews since 2011 …