Boundary Commission

Boundary Commission

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) a body established by statute to undertake periodic reviews of the boundaries of parliamentary constituencies and to recommend changes to take account of population shifts
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I am writing to the Boundary Commission to ask for a meeting to discuss this and see what can be done to ensure the views of residents are properly taken into consideration.
CHRIS Game raised some interesting points about the Local Government Boundary Commission for England's electoral review of Birmingham City Council but what should we expect?
HAVE YOUR SAY The Local Government Boundary Commission for England's draft recommendations proposed reducing the number of councillors by eight to 45, but its final conclusions are due on June 30.
The Local Government Boundary Commission has written to the Labour-run council to tell it a review is being considered due to population shifts in the city in the past decade.
e draft proposals from the Local Government Boundary Commission are available online and at libraries in the district.
THE independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking local people for their help to draw up a new pattern of council wards for Stratfordon-Avon District Council.
Moreover, acting on behalf of Reef Estates, Savills has agreed a letting of the ground floor of Hastings House, at Fitzalan Court, Cardiff, to the Local Government Boundary Commission for Wales and the Parliamentary Boundary Commission.
The Boundary Commission for England published its new proposals to redraw electoral borders yesterday.
THE IRISH BOUNDARY COMMISSION AND ITS ORIGNS, 1886-1925.
The Boundary Commission for Wales yesterday published responses to its initial proposals to have 30 seats in the country, rather than the current 40.
The Boundary Commission has been tasked with redrawing Wales' parliamentary boundaries in line with the UK Government's plans to cut the number of MPs and standardise the size of constituencies.
But officials from the Boundary Commission have been accused of going one step further in their plans to redraw the electoral map of the North.