Boundary Review proposals available for comment

By on 15/09/2011 in News

Further information on how the Boundary Commission’s proposals for reducing the number of Parliamentary Constituencies from 650 to 600 will affect Birmingham, as well as the the wider country, are now available for the public to review and comment, both online or by visiting Birmingham City Council.

Details of the proposed changes can be found online at: West Midlands and Warwickshire proposals

Hard copies of the information are also available at Birmingham City Council’s Elections Office (located at 2nd Floor 150 Great Charles Street, Queensway, B3 3HS) and a number of local offices/libraries within the city.


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  1. marie bryan says:

    I live in Kingstanding and i am against the proposal to merge with Sutton Coldfield. I have nothing against the people of Sutton Coldfield but feel Kingstanding will lose it’s identity and will be lost in the shadow of Sutton. Also Kingstanding is classed as a deprived area and as a result gets money put into it to help the families and the community, this, i feel, will change as we will no longer be classed as a deprived area and the people of Kingstanding will be swallowed up and forgotten.
    The proposal to merge with Perry Barr, Aston and Witton ifeel is the better option for Kingstanding.