Bookings open for public hearings on 2023 Parliamentary Constituency Boundary Review

Published: 2 February 2022

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The Boundary Commission for England will deliver a final report by 1 July 2023

The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) have announced the locations and dates for public hearings during the second consultation phase of the current review of constituencies. The booking system is now open, with details of the specific venue for each location where hearings will be taking place.

Anyone wishing to make an oral representation at a public hearing are strongly encouraged to book a timed slot in advance. To book, visit the dedicated public hearings page on the Boundary Commission website and click on your chosen hearing.

Public hearings: East Midlands region


Day 1
(10am to 8pm)

Day 2
(9am to 5pm)


7 March

8 March


10 March

11 March


14 March

15 March

Location marked with * is the lead public hearing for that region.

Following the passing of the Parliamentary Constituencies Act 2020 in December 2020, the BCE began a review of all Parliamentary constituencies in England.

The BCE is required to deliver a final report by 1 July 2023, recommending any changes that it believes are appropriate to the distribution, size, shape, name or designation of constituencies in England.

You can find further details in the BCE’s 2023 Review page and their Guide to the public hearings, which should also answer most other questions you may have. Detailed reports, data and mapping for the East Midlands region are also available on this page.

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