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Re-run constituency boundary consultation - have your say by 11 June

30 May 2013

The Law Society is consulting members in Wales and adjoining parts of England about the boundaries for Council election constituencies in these areas. The issue is whether Wales should have its own self-contained constituency structure and, if so, what changes should be made to those constituencies which cross the border between Wales and England.

This is a re-run of an earlier consultation which achieved only a low turn-out – please take part in this exercise even if you registered your views previously. The consultation is being run electronically and Electoral Reform Services (ERS), who are administering it for the Law Society, have emailed members in the constituencies listed below to explain how views on the issue can be registered on the ERS website. A background document explaining the issues can also be found on the ERS website.

The constituencies concerned are:

  • No 18 West Country and Gwent
  • No 19 South Wales
  • No 20 Mid and West Wales
  • No 21 The Welsh Marches
  • No 25 Cheshire and North Wales

If your registered office is in one of these constituencies and you have not received an email from ERS about this consultation, you may contact ERS and register your views.

Please contact (telephone 020 8889 9203) to be given a security code to access the ERS website. Views may only be registered through this website. Please do not contact the Law Society to register your views.

The deadline for responses to this re-run consultation is 17:00 on Tuesday 11 June 2013.

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