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On track to deliver the final recommendations

31 May, 2023

We are pleased to confirm that we are on track to submit our final recommendations report for new Parliamentary constituency boundaries to the Speaker of the House of Commons by the deadline of 1 July 2023. It’s likely we will submit our final recommendations around the end of June 2023. …

Our consultation on new constituencies is now closed: Read our blog on what comes next

8 December, 2022

This week, the Commission closed its final consultation on a proposed new map of constituencies across England, having received nearly 19,000 comments by the consultation deadline of 5 December.  The revised proposals were shaped by feedback previously sent in by the public, with changes made to nearly half of the …

Final consultation on revised proposals open now: Last chance to help reshape constituencies

8 November, 2022

Read full press release here. The Boundary Commission for England today (8 November) publishes new revised proposals for constituencies across the country and opens a final month-long consultation, giving the public a last opportunity to send in their views. The Commission has taken into consideration over 45,000 comments sent in …

Commission announces publication date for revised constituency proposals and launch of final public consultation

4 October, 2022

A new map of proposed constituencies in England will be published on 8 November by the Boundary Commission for England (BCE), giving members of the public a final chance to have their say on proposals for new constituencies in their area. From 8 November, members of the public will be …

Secondary consultation on initial constituency proposals now closed

5 April, 2022

The Boundary Commission for England has now closed its secondary consultation on new constituency boundaries. The consultation, which launched on 22 February and concluded on 4 April 2022, invited members of the public to have their say on the changes proposed for their area. As part of the consultation, the …

Secondary consultation now open: Have your say on our constituency boundary proposals

22 February, 2022

The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) has launched a secondary public consultation on its initially proposed map of constituencies, open now until Monday 4 April 2022. View the proposed new constituency boundaries for your area and provide views on them by visiting the consultation website Responses can also be …

Secondary consultation: Dates and locations of public hearings now available

20 December, 2021

We have now published more information on our upcoming secondary consultation on the proposed new map of constituencies across England. The secondary consultation will take place from Tuesday 22 February to Monday 4 April 2022. During this consultation, you will be able to provide your feedback on the proposed new …

Assistant Commissioners selected to support the 2023 Boundary Review

6 October, 2021

The Boundary Commission for England has today published its list of 16 Assistant Commissioners who will assist in the conduct of the 2023 Boundary Review. Each region has been assigned two Assistant Commissioners to support Commission staff in their review of parliamentary constituencies in England. They are likely to attend …

Our consultation has closed: What happens next?

3 August, 2021

Our consultation, which launched on 8 June and invited the public to comment on the initial proposals for new Parliamentary constituencies published by the Commission, has now closed.  Over the course of the eight-week period, we received over 33,000 responses. Our Review Team is now preparing them for publication in …

Initial proposals for the 2023 Boundary Review now published

8 June, 2021

The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) has published its initial proposals for new constituency boundaries. We invite the public to view and provide feedback on the proposed boundaries as part of an eight-week consultation process.   The 2023 Review of Parliamentary constituencies was formally launched in January this year. The Commission …

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