Consultation: Parliamentary Boundary Review 2023
The Boundary Commission for England is currently undertaking the 2023 parliamentary boundary review with the aim to keep the number of electors in each constituency broadly equal, whilst also taking into account factors such as local community ties.
Responses from the first and second consultation stages have been considered and revised proposals for new constituency boundaries published for consultation on Tuesday 8 November 2022.
To view the revised proposals and submit your comments please visit the Boundary Commission for England website.
The consultation ends on Monday 5 December 2022.
Find out more about the 2023 review.
Interim Polling Places Review 2022
The council is undertaking an interim review of its polling districts and polling places to review in time for the city council elections on 4 May 2023. About the 2022 review.
Interim Polling Places Review 2021
An interim review of the council's polling districts and polling places for the city council elections on 5 May 2022 took place between 6 September and 18 October 2021. About the interim review 2021.
Interim Polling Places Review 2020
The consultation ran from 5 October to 23 October 2020. About the interim review 2020.
Review of Polling Districts, Polling Places and Polling Stations 2019
Review of our current polling station arrangements to ensure they have reasonable facilities for voting and are accessible for all. The consultation ran from 14 June to 29 August 2019.
Local Ward Boundary Review
The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England published its final recommendations for new electoral arrangements for Norwich City Council on 6 November 2018.
This follows public consultation on its draft proposals earlier this year and draws new boundaries for each council ward across Norwich.
All but one of Norwich’s current council wards will change as a result of the review.