Kingston Electoral Boundary Review

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Update: 16 June 2020

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is the independent body currently reviewing ward boundaries in Kingston upon Thames.

They are currently inviting people to have their say on the draft proposals available on their website until 27 July 2020.

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The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is the independent body currently reviewing ward boundaries in Kingston upon Thames.

Local Government electoral reviews are conducted to look at whether the boundaries of wards or divisions within a local authority need to be altered in order to secure effective local government and electoral equality. Electoral equality is achieved when councillors represent roughly the same number of electors.

The review will recommend:

  • The total number of councillors that should be elected to the authority in the future.
  • The boundaries, names and number of councillors to represent each ward.

A press release from the Commission can be read on thier website and a presentation can be found in the Documents section of this page.

More information on the review process, criteria and rules can be viewed on the Local Government Boundary Review website.

Update: 16 June 2020

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is the independent body currently reviewing ward boundaries in Kingston upon Thames.

They are currently inviting people to have their say on the draft proposals available on their website until 27 July 2020.

Context

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is the independent body currently reviewing ward boundaries in Kingston upon Thames.

Local Government electoral reviews are conducted to look at whether the boundaries of wards or divisions within a local authority need to be altered in order to secure effective local government and electoral equality. Electoral equality is achieved when councillors represent roughly the same number of electors.

The review will recommend:

  • The total number of councillors that should be elected to the authority in the future.
  • The boundaries, names and number of councillors to represent each ward.

A press release from the Commission can be read on thier website and a presentation can be found in the Documents section of this page.

More information on the review process, criteria and rules can be viewed on the Local Government Boundary Review website.