Ward boundary reviews – The Boundary Commission wants your views

On 5th February 2019, The Local Government Boundary Commission published a draft recommendations of revised ward boundaries and now want the input from residents. The last review occurred in preparation for the 2010 elections and the current ward review will probably come into effect for the 2022 local elections.

The Commission’s recommendations propose an increase in the number of councillors from 69 to 70 whilst increasing the number of wards from 23 to 24. Readers may be trying to calculate how this might work.  They are suggesting that 22 wards will be 3-councillor wards, with the remaining two to become 2-councillor wards.

The summary of draft recommendations report can be found here.

If readers wish to read the full report, Ealing Common residents might be interested in pages 17-18.

The Commission are keen to hear from residents from Northcote Avenue, Florence Road and Harriers Close. If you live in one of these roads, how do you feel? Do you feel more ‘Ealing Common’ or more ‘Ealing Broadway’? Have you say!

The Commission is now running a 10-week consultation on these recommendations ending on 15th April 2019.

To browse the boundary recommendations and comment online, please click here.
Alternatively, you can comment by emailing reviews@lgbce.org.uk, or by writing to the following address:

The Review Officer (Ealing)
Local Government Boundary Commission for England
1st Floor, Windsor House
50 Victoria Street
London SW1H 0TL

To browse the recommendations on a map, please click here. Please note this is not the Boundary Commission website.