Electoral Review

Electoral review
The proposed ward map the Royal Borough will submit to the Local Boundary Commission for England

The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) has concluded its review of the ward boundaries for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. 

On Tuesday 10 July 2018, the LGBCE published their final recommendations and have stated that there will be 41 borough councillors elected to the council from the date of the next local elections in May 2019. There will be 19 wards across the Borough comprising sixteen two-member wards and three three-member wards. 

In summary, the boundaries of all but five of the current wards will change. The wards with no boundary changes are Bisham and Cookham, Bray, Cox Green, Furze Platt and Hurley and Walthams. 

To view the LGBCE's final recommendations in full, visit their website. 

LGBCE website

A summary of the boundary changes may be viewed by ward below:

More information

For more information about the electoral review process, please see our questions and answers document below or contact Electoral Services at [email protected].