Subject: The 2023 Boundary Review
A review of parliamentary constituencies is taking place to ensure each one has roughly the same number of electors. As part of this process, the number of constituencies in England will increase to 543. The Commission is required by law to make sure that each constituency in England has between 69,724 and 77,062 electors, excluding two 'protected' constituencies for the Isle of Wight.
A first consultation took place from June to August last year. From 22 February to 4 April2022, the Boundary Commission is holding a six-week secondary consultation on their initial proposals, and they want as many people as possible to have the opportunity to provide their views.
A Partner Pack is attached which contains full information on how to get involved and
resources to help raise awareness of the secondary consultation and help as many people aspossible get involved.