Electoral Boundary Review

Blaby Electoral Boundary Review

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England concluded their review of Blaby District's electoral boundaries on the 5 July 2022. 

The Commission is the independent body that draws these boundaries. Their final recommendations were published following a consultation period running from 1 February 2022 until 11 April 2022.

The report will now be laid before Parliament, with changes due to be formally introduced for the May 2023 elections. 

Their final recommendations, supporting maps and summary can be found by clicking the button below: 

The final recommendations include:

  • Blaby will now be represented by 36 councillors, three fewer than at present
  • Blaby will have 17 wards, one fewer than now
  • 15 ward boundaries have changed, with two remaining the same
  • There will be three three-councillor wards
  • 13 two-councillor wards and
  • One single-councillor ward across the district

An interactive map of the boundary changes can be viewed using the link below.

Last updated 6 July 2022
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