Review of Parliamentary Constituencies

History

This review aims to reduce the number of Parliamentary constituency boundaries in the UK from 650 to 600.

A consultation on this ran from 13th September 2016 to 5th December 2016, with meetings held on 13th - 25th October. For more on the review, please read:

The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) has publish all representations (almost 20,000) on their website, visit: Boundary Commission for England .

The BCE must report to Parliament in 2018. If agreed by Parliament, the new constituencies will be in use at the next scheduled Parliamentary (General) Election in 2020.

The summary and report for Yorkshire and Humber, with maps for the Halifax Constituency are available at: Central Library .

For the Calder Valley Constituency, documents can be viewed at: Town Hall, St George's Street, Hebden Bridge, HX7 7BY.

Initial Proposals - Consultation Responses

The BCE published all representations received from initial consultation on Tuesday 28th February 2017, visit: Boundary Commission for England . A further consultation for comment of four weeks took place and ended on Monday 27th March 2017.

The BCE will consider all representations received from both consultations and whether any revisions need to be made.

Revised proposals consultation

To see the BCE’s revised proposals and what others have said about your constituency, visit: 2018 Boundary review . You will find an interactive map that is quick and easy to use to respond to the consultation in minutes.

These proposals result from feedback through public consultations held in September 2016 and March 2017, carried out by BCE. This independent body is reviewing proposals to reduce the number of constituencies in England to make them more equal.

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