Parliamentary Boundary

Event date | May 01, 2020

The Boundary Commission for England is reviewing the boundaries of the Parliamentary Constituency in which Chelsea is located.

If agreed by Parliament, the new constituencies will be in use at the next scheduled General Election in 2020.

The Chelsea Society believes that the boundary of the Parliamentary Constituency should be the same as the boundary of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

For the Chairman’s letter to the Boundary Commission click here tcs-to-boundary-commission-1-12-16

In view of the fact that the Commission started a new review, the chairman wrote to them again in the same terms on 14th March 2017 and has e-mailed all members of the Society encouraging them to send their individual views direct to the Commission before 27th March.

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