Your proposed constituency is Kensington and Chelsea

You can view our initial proposals for new constituency boundaries, and the public comments received during the first consultation, on the map below.


We also sought views on those comments during spring 2017. Our Commissioners are now considering all the representations received during both consultation periods and will decide whether to revise the initial proposals. If we revise our proposals we will consult on those revisions; we expect that to happen towards the end of 2017.

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Regions - our proposals are based on the nine regions used for European elections (though it should be clear that our work has no effect on European electoral matters, nor is it affected by the recent referendum result)

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What do you need to know?

  • The number of constituencies in London must reduce from 73 to 68
  • By law, every constituency we propose must contain between 71,031 and 78,507 electors
  • We largely use local government wards as the building blocks for proposed constituencies
  • We try to retain existing constituencies where possible
  • We try to have regard to geographic factors