2023 Parliamentary Boundary - Final Public Consultation
The Boundary Commission for England have published their final recommendations on the Parliamentary Constituencies. There has been no change from the Revised Proposals for the Stroud constituency and therefore, the Stroud district will now form part of three constituencies.
The Boundary Commission for England are an independent body that have reviewed the parliamentary constituencies to ensure each constituency has roughly the same number of electors by rebalancing the number of electors each MP represents. The Commission are required by law to ensure each constituency has between 69,724 and 77,062 electors which therefore will see the number of constituencies rise from 533 to 543 in England.
They were tasked with redrawing the map of constituencies in England so that it represents local communities as best as possible, whilst keeping to the legal requirements outlined above. Reviewing constituency boundaries is an essential process to make sure that individual votes are of broadly equal weight.
New 2023 parliamentary boundaries
|Stroud Constituency (76,249)||North Cotswolds Constituency (70,915)||South Cotswolds Constituency (72,865)|
|Amberley & Woodchester||Bisley||Kingswood|
|Cam East||Painswick and Upton|
|Coaley & Uley|
|Randwick, Whiteshill & Ruscombe|
|Stroud Farmhill & Paganhill|
North Cotswolds constituency is formed of The Cotswolds, Tewkesbury and Stroud local authority areas.
South Cotswolds constituency is formed of The Cotswolds and Wiltshire local authority area and one ward from the Stroud district.
Please find the link to each map below: