Local Government Reviews
The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is required by law to review the electoral arrangements for every principal local authority to ensure that the number of electors represented by each councillor in an area is as nearly as possible the same. The Commission can also recommend changes to the electoral arrangements of town and parish councils.
Review of Wealden District Council Wards
A review of the ward boundaries and electoral arrangements was implemented in May 2003. The list of new polling districts is listed below;
Review of East Sussex County Council Electoral Divisions
Review of Parish Boundary and Electoral Arrangements
The District Council has recently completed a Community Governance Review. Below is a review of the parish boundary and parish electoral arrangements within the District;
Review of Parliamentary Constituencies
The Boundary Commission for England is a body which reports to the Speaker of the House of Commons. The Commission is responsible for making recommendations on the composition of parliamentary constituencies;
If you would like to find out more about boundary or electoral reviews please contact us using the details listed below.