In this area you will find:
An electoral review is an examination of a council’s electoral arrangements. This means:
In April 2014 the Commission published new guidance to explain the process of an electoral review.
The Commission has also published two guides to help you make submissions to the Commission during public consultation:
We use the electoral register to establish the electorate of councils under review, and ask local authorities to complete forms with this information broken down into parish and polling district areas. We publish these forms on the relevant area's review page at the start of consultation on ward or division boundaries, so everyone can access the information.
As part of the review process, local authorities are asked to make five-year forecasts of their electorate. Our guidance on how to produce a five-year forecast can be found here:
The Commission also publishes a timetable for current and upcoming electoral reviews:
Please bear in mind this is subject to change and this will be updated periodically.