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Electoral boundary reviews

Forest of Dean District Council

As the result of the Local Boundary review, the council is now represented by 38 councillors and the area will be split into 21 wards. (This came into effect for the district elections which took place on 2 May 2019).

Use the ward map to check which ward you are in.

Electoral review 

The Commission has reviewed Forest of Dean District Council and changes came into effect in May 2019.

You can view the report and an interactive map of the final recommendations on the Local Government Boundary Commission England consultation portal.

2018 Parliamentary Constituency Boundary Review

The Boundary Commission is an independent and impartial public body, which reviews all parliamentary constituency boundaries in the UK. A review of parliamentary constituencies was completed on 5 September 2018. The final recommendations have been submitted to Government.

Move information is available on the Boundary Commission for England website.