The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) is carrying out a consultation inviting proposals for a new pattern of electoral wards for the Royal Borough.

The Commission is recommending that 43 borough councillors should be elected to the council from the date of the next local elections in May 2019. They are inviting proposals from the council, interested parties and members of the public on a pattern of wards to accommodate the new number of councillors we will have from May 2019. 

They have issued the following press release about the start of the electoral review. 

The consultation period runs from Tuesday 26 September to Monday 4 December 2017.

The LGBCE will publish its draft recommendations based on the information it has received on Tuesday 6 February 2018. 

Further information on the review and interactive maps of the existing wards can be found on LGBCE's website.

Have your say online

Submissions on new warding patterns should be sent directly to the LGBCE. This can be done online via their consultation page, via email [email protected] or in writing to:
The Review Officer (Windsor and Maidenhead)
LGBCE
14th Floor, Millbank Tower
London
SW1P 4QP

For more information about the electoral review process, please contact Electoral Services at [email protected]