Electoral Boundaries

Blaby Electoral Boundary Review

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England concluded their review of Blaby District's electoral ward 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 recommendations were passed by Parliament in December 2022. The changes will formally come into force at the 4 May 2023 local elections. 

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

The changes include:

  • Blaby will now be represented by 36 councillors, three fewer than at present
  • Blaby will have 17 wards, one fewer than present
  • 15 ward boundaries have changed, with two remaining the same
  • There will be 3 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 8 August 2023
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