Brent residents urged to have their say on proposed parliamentary boundary changes
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Brent residents are being urged to take part in a public consultation about proposed parliamentary boundary changes.
The plans will see a reduction in London MPs from 73 to 68 and Brent spread across four constituencies: Kenton, Queen’s Park and Regent’s Park, Wembley and Harrow-on-the-Hill and Willesden.
The proposals do not affect council wards or councillors.
Carolyn Downs, chief executive of Brent Council, said: “I would encourage our residents in Brent to have a look at these proposals and feedback to the consultation if they have any comments.
“They are available on the Boundary Commission’s website and there is a hard copy of the proposals here at the Civic Centre should anyone want to have a look.”
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She added: “The proposals will also be discussed at the upcoming Brent Connects meetings and there will be five public hearings across London on the proposals which last two days.”
For more information or to respond to the consultation visit bce2018.org.uk.
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