Boundary Commission for Wales receives record number of responses

The initial consultation period of the Boundary Commission for Wales’ 2023 Review of parliamentary constituencies closed at 2


The Boundary Commission for Wales has today published its Initial Proposals for the 2023 Parliamentary Review.


The Boundary Commission for Wales is looking to recruit four Assistant Commissioners (including one reserve post) to aid the work of the 2023 Review of Wales’ parliamentary constituencies.


During the previous review of constituencies, the Commission used an interactive online consultation website to gather the public’s views.


The Boundary Commission for Wales, which is undertaking a Review of Parliamentary Constituencies in Wales, has today (17 March) published its Guide to the Review.


The Parliamentary Constituencies Bill received Royal Assent on the 14th of December 2020. This enables the Boundary Commission for Wales (BCW) to begin a new boundary review in 2021.


The Commission’s IT systems are now fixed. We apologise for the inconvenience caused.



We are currently facing technical issues and are unable to receive emails and phone calls. We are working to resolve the situation and hope to be back online as soon as possible.


The joint-Secretariat team will be working on two major Boundary Review programmes over the next 2 ½ years.


The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office has appointed two new Members of the Boundary Commission for Wales.