The Boundary Commission for England have now concluded the 2023 review of Parliamentary constituencies in England and submitted their final report and recommendations. You can read the report on the Boundary Commission for England website.
Parliamentary boundary review
Final report and recommendations
What the review is
The Boundary Commission for England announced a review of parliamentary constituencies in England.
The number of parliamentary seats in England is increasing from 533 to 543. The review will decide how to divide these seats between England’s parliamentary constituencies. This means that some constituencies will be redrawn or renamed.
Changes will not affect local council services
Bin collections, schools, services, and council tax in your local area are set by your local authority and this review does not change local authority boundaries. The boundary changes only relate to parliamentary constituencies (the area an MP is elected to represent in Parliament).