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Review of Parliamentary Constituencies

Here you can find details of the 2023 review of Parliamentary Constituencies.

Guide to the 2023 Review

The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) are an independent body that review parliamentary constituency boundaries in England.

They must make sure that the number of electors in each constituency is more equal. To do this, the number of constituencies will increase from 533 to 543.

  • In January 2021, they started the review.
  • 4th April 2022, the second consultation closed. The BCE will publish all the comments that they received from this along with transcripts from the public hearings held.
  • 8th November 2022, a new map of the proposed changes will be published and consulted on. Members of the public will be able to view and comment on this third and final consultation.
  • This will last four weeks and end on 5th December 2022. This will be the last chance for the public to have their say.

After this consultation ends, they will submit their final recommendations to Parliament by July 2023.

All changes will be in place for any UK Parliamentary (General) election that takes place after the review ends.

For more details, please visit: 2023 Review (BCE).

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