Boundary Commission for England - 2023 Parliamentary Boundary Review

The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) is the independent organisation responsible for reviewing parliamentary constituency boundaries.

In January 2021 the BCE announced the start of their review of the Parliamentary constituencies in England. The BCE is required to report to Parliament by 1 July 2023.

The BCE has published a guide and a short animated video  providing a brief overview of the review.

Initial proposals for the South East

On 8 June 2021 the BCE published its initial proposals for new constituency boundaries. You can view the initial proposals for the South East region here.

Have your say

The first 8 week public consultation on the initial proposals took place between 8 June and 2 August 2021. The BCE is now preparing their findings for publication in early 2022.

There will be a further opportunity to have your say during the 6 week secondary consultation in early 2022 which includes a number of public hearings across the South East region. Details will be published here when available.

The BCE timetable

You can view a summary and timetable of the 2023 review process here.

Maps showing the proposed boundaries

Overview of the Arun district – showing the new constituencies compared to the current boundaries (shown outlined in black). The new Bognor Regis constituency is shown in cream and the new Arundel and Littlehampton constituency is shown in red: Proposed Constituencies within Arun [pdf] 160KB

Arundel and Littlehampton constituencyArundel & Littlehampton Constituency Detailed Map [pdf] 3MB

Bognor Regis constituency:  Bognor Regis Constituency Detailed Map.pdf [pdf] 2MB

There are also a number of other maps available with different overlays on the BCE website and an interactive map of your constituency available to view by entering your postcode or region.