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Nuneaton and Bedworth Electoral Review

New boundaries proposed for council wards in Nuneaton an Bedworth


The Local Government Boundary Commission wants to hear what residents and local organisations think about the proposals.

  • a 10 week consultation on the proposals will run until 10 April 2023

The Commission has a section on its website where you can see the detail of the proposals and comment on the names of wards, their boundaries and the number of councillors per ward.

Have your say on Nuneaton and Bedworth boundary proposals

The Commission is proposing that there should be:

  • 38 councillors, with two councillors per ward (19 wards in total)
  • Most wards’ boundaries will be changed (although Bulkington will remain unchanged)
  • Amendments to the boundaries in Bedworth to better reflect community identity 
  • Significant changes to ward boundaries in the northeast of the borough, reflecting the significant development which has taken place since the last review and which is likely to occur in the near future 

You can also give your views by email at, or by post to: 

Review Officer (Nuneaton and Bedworth), LGBCE, PO Box 133, Blyth, NE24 9FE

Background information

The role of the Local Government Boundary Commission for England

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) is an independent body responsible for conducting reviews of local authority wards.  The LGBCE has begun a statutory review of the wards in Nuneaton and Bedworth to make sure councillors represent about the same number of voters and that the pattern of wards in our Borough reflect the interests and identities of our local communities, as well as promote effective local government. One of the most important parts of the electoral review process is to propose a new pattern of wards or electoral divisions for the whole local authority area and the Commission is asking for your views on these proposals.

What is an electoral review?

An electoral review is an examination of a council’s electoral arrangements. This means the:

  • total number of councillors elected to the local authority
  • number and boundaries of wards or divisions for the purposes of the election of councillors
  • number of councillors for any ward or division of a local authority
  • name of any ward or division

The review process takes around a year to complete and involves two rounds of consultation. The second round is open now and you can have your say.

Last updated Tuesday, 7th February 2023

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