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Local Boundary Review
The Local Government Boundary Commission (LGBC) for England is carrying out an electoral review of all local authorities that have not been reviewed in the last twelve years. This process includes Stockton-on-Tees, as the Council last took part in a review in 2003.
An electoral review proposes new electoral arrangements for a local authority. It will recommend:
- The total number of councillors that should be elected to the authority in the future (‘council size’).
- The boundaries, names and number of councillors to represent each ward.
The review process takes around a year and includes at least two phases of public consultation where proposals/comments on ward boundaries will be invited.
Consultation on draft recommendations
On 11 May 2021, the LGBC published draft recommendations for the electoral review of Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council.
From 11 May to 19 July 2021, they are accepting opinions and comments (submissions) from the public on these recommendations for Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council. You can read the recommendations report and find out more on the LGBC website.
You can see the timeline below:
|27 October 2020 - 11 January 2021||Consultation on warding patterns|
|11 May 2021 - 19 July 2021||Consultation on draft recommendations|
|5 October 2021||Final recommendations published|
Please note these dates have changed following the COVID-19 pandemic.