Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Electoral boundary changes

Views wanted on plans to cut Lincolnshire councillors and redraw electoral boundaries

'Local people have one last chance to have their say on proposals that would cut the number of Lincolnshire County Councillors and redraw the electoral division boundaries in the area.'


The new 'Potterhanworth & Coleby' boundary will have a current electorate of 7,744 and forecast to rise to 7,806. The current 'Branston and Navenby' boundary maintains an electorate of 7,217.

The main alteration seems to split the Cliff villages by removing the electorate of Boothby Graffoe and Navenby (placing them under a different boundary) and replacing them with the electorate of Heighington and Heighington Fen.

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