Boundary Commission

Boundary Commission

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(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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Rick Snyder today announced the reappointment of Michael Rice of Williamston to the State Boundary Commission.
The communique noted that the National Boundary Commission and the Office of the Surveyor-General of the federation together with the Surveyors-General and Attorneys-General of the two states to examine amongst others the discrepancies not later than the first quarter of 2018.
Steve Halsall, Secretary for the Boundary Commission for Wales, said: "The Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Act 2011 decided that the Isle of Wight, Orkney, Shetland and Na h-Eileanan an Iar would be exempt from the rule with regards to the need for an average number of electors in each constituency across the UK: 75,000.
Make views known MAY I respectfully make the residents of Netherton and South Crosland fully aware that a Boundary Commission Public Consultation is currently underway and everyone can comment accordingly.
As reported, the Boundary Commission review proposes to reduce the number of constituencies in the UK from 650 to 600 and will require that every constituency must have an electorate that is no smaller than 71,031 and no larger than 78,507.
We require much improved guidance to the Boundary Commission, to respect local communities, social and economic, irrespective of size, before any damaging boundaries divide them, or miss-match them across antisocial distances.
With those early marks long gone and residents' confusion mounting, the Carolinas formed a Joint Boundary Commission in the 1990s to settle the matter without going to court.
The Local Government Boundary Commission has now agreed to signifi-cantly alter its proposed city council ward map after being inundated with thousands of letters, petitions and complaints from residents.
The Local Government Boundary Commission has agreed to significantly alter its proposed new city council ward map after being inundated with thousands of letters, petitions and complaints from residents.
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.
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 had proposed switching the ward into north Warwickshire, as part of a scheme to reduce the number of MPs in the UK from 650 to 600 and make parliamentary constituencies of equal size.