2023 boundary review: submit your views

01 March 2022

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The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) has published its initial proposals for new parliamentary constituencies, in a bid to distribute the number of voters more evenly across each constituency. Find out how to have your say here. 

The BCE consulted on its proposals for the 2023 Review of Parliamentary constituencies. This consultation closed on 4 April 2022.

The aim of the review was to ensure that each parliamentary constituency contains roughly the same number of voters – an electoral quota of 73,393 voters.

The government will seek to implement constituency boundary changes, while maintaining the current number of MPs ahead of the next General Election in 2024.

The Boundary Commission will publish revised proposals later this year before submitting final recommendations to Parliament for approval in June 2023.

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