Parliamentary Boundary Review 2018

Parliamentary Boundary Review 2018 - Initial Proposals and Consultation Responses

What is being proposed?

Members of the public can have their say on the next stage of the 2018 Parliamentary Constituency Boundary Review. This sets out the revised proposals for new constituency boundaries changes.

All the information people need to see about the proposals and to contribute to the review will be on the Commission’s website, at the Boundary Commission’s website from 17 October 2017. Consultation on these proposals will last for eight weeks, until 11 December 2017.

The proposed changes rename the Sleaford and North Hykeham constituency to the Sleaford constituency.

The following North Kesteven District Wards are proposed to transfer to the ‘Lincoln’ constituency:

  • North Hykeham Forum, Memorial, Mill, Moor, Witham
  • Waddington West
  • Skellingthorpe (as before)

Bracebridge Heath and Waddington East Wards are proposed to return to the ‘Sleaford constituency’

The following North Kesteven District Wards are proposed to transfer to the ‘Boston & Skegness’ constituency:

  • Heckington Rural
  • Kirkby la Thorpe & South Kyme

The following wards from South Kesteven District Council are proposed to remain in the Sleaford constituency:

  • Belvoir
  • Loveden Heath
  • Peascliffe & Ridgeway
  • Viking

How can you view the proposals?

More detail can be found on the Boundary Commission’s website.

The plans and documents for the proposed ‘Sleaford constituency’ can also be viewed in person from Tuesday 17th October until 11th December between 9am – 5pm Monday to Thursday and 9am – 4:30pm on Fridays, at:

North Kesteven District Council Offices
Kesteven Street
NG34 7EF

Documents are also available to inspect at Sleaford Town Council offices.

Have your say

This is the last chance for people to have their say on the changes and the Commission is encouraging people to look at the proposals and contribute to the review by using the web address above. 

Unlike last year's consultation, the Commission will not be hosting public hearings across the country - there is no provision to allow this in the governing legislation.

The Commission has a specifically-designed consultation website as the primary tool for displaying their proposals, and receiving comments on them. This is available on the Boundary Commission’s website

The consultation period starts ends on 5 December 2016. 

How to contact the Boundary Commission?

The Team can be called on 020 7276 1102


Visit the Boundary Commission’s website