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Extra chance to have your say on new political map of Enfield

29th October 2019

The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England has opened a new phase of public consultation in its review of Enfield’s council ward boundaries. 

The consultation focuses on new proposals for thirteen wards in the west of Enfield. 


Illustrate your story with a map of the recommendations. High res version available at  

Credit: contains Ordnance Survey data (c) Crown copyright and database rights 2019 


Local people have until 25 November 2019 to have their say on the proposals before the Commission finalises its recommendations for new wards across the whole borough in February. 

In May 2019, the Commission opened a public consultation on proposals for new ward boundaries across Enfield. In response to local feedback on the plans, the Commission has decided to make significant changes to their boundary proposals in Cockfosters, Southgate, and Enfield Town. Due to the extent of the proposed changes in the west of the borough, the Commission is holding an extra round of consultation in those areas before it finalises the recommendations. 

Professor Colin Mellors, Chair of the Commission, said: “We listened carefully to all the views put to us in the previous consultation and have made significant changes to the original recommendations in western parts of the borough. 

 “We are now asking local people to log on to our website to tell us what they think about these proposals before we publish final recommendations for the whole of the Enfield in February.” 

 The consultation is limited to the Commission’s new proposals in Arnos Grove, Bush Hill Park North, Bush Hill Park South, Cockfosters, Grange Park, Highfield, Oakwood, Palmers Green, Ridgeway, Southgate, Town, Whitewebbs, and Winchmore Hill. 

Details of the recommendations, including maps of the proposals, are available on the Commission’s website at and at


 Residents can have their say in writing:   

The Review Officer (Enfield) 


1st floor, Windsor House 

50 Victoria Street 

London SW1H 0TL 


Or email: [email protected] 


For further information contact: 

Press Office: 0330 500 1250 / 1525 

[email protected] 




Notes to editors: 


  1. The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is responsible for reviewing local authority electoral arrangements, defining boundaries for local elections and the number of councillors to be elected, as well as conducting reviews of local government external boundaries and structures. 


  1. Residents have from 29 October to 25 November to have their say on the new proposals. The Commission will consider all submissions and aims to publish its final recommendations in February 2020. Once the Commission agrees its final recommendations it will lay a draft order in both Houses of Parliament.  Parliament will then have 40 days in which to consider the recommendations. If both Houses are satisfied with the recommendations, the draft order will be ‘made’ and the new wards will come into effect at the council elections in 2022. 


  1. The Commission is satisfied that it has received sufficient evidence to finalise new ward boundaries for the rest of Enfield and aims to publish a full set of final recommendations for the council in February 2020.