Have your say: boundary reviews
There are currently two ongoing reviews of the electoral boundaries in Buckinghamshire.
These are being carried out by:
- Boundary Commission for England
- The Local Government Boundary Commission for England
Parliamentary Boundary Review
The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) are reviewing Parliamentary Boundaries in England, in their 2023 Review.
They have decided that the number of constituencies in the South East will increase from 84 to 91 and this will involve moving some existing constituency boundaries.
The secondary consultation has closed but information about the review and the proposals for constituencies in Buckinghamshire can be viewed on the BCE website.
View an interactive map on their consultation portal.
Buckinghamshire Electoral Review
The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is conducting an electoral review to draw up new ward boundaries across Buckinghamshire.
The Commission has recommended that the council has 98 councillors in future and is about to draw up a new pattern of wards to accommodate those 98 councillors.
To find out more information or to respond to the consultation, visit The Local Government Boundary Commission website.