Boundary Changes - Great News
As you may know, the Boundary Commission is in the process of reducing the number of wards in Cambridge from 14 to 12.
The original proposal was to split off part of Romsey and move some roads into Abbey Ward, a move which the Romsey Labour team has strongly opposed.
We are delighted to be able to tell you that after behind-the-scenes lobbying from the Romsey Labour team, new proposals are now on the table, which would retain the current Romsey roads and add some that were previously in Coleridge
We’re sure you will be as pleased as we are at this outcome.
You can join us in supporting these new plans by sending an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Alternatively you can write to the following address:
The Review Officer (Cambridgeshire)
Local Government Boundary Commission for England
14th Floor Millbank Tower
21-24 MillbankSW1P 4QP
The revised plans are available for viewing at: http://www.lgbce.org.uk/current-reviews/eastern/cambridgeshire/cambridgeshire-county-council
Cllr Dave Baigent email@example.com (07802 495 329)
Cllr Anna Smith firstname.lastname@example.org (07855 182232)
Cllr Zoe Moghadas email@example.com (07813 700986)
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Councillors Anna Smith and Dave Baigent supported by Zoe Moghadas are fighting to maintain the boundaries of Romsey as an independent and discrete ward in the City.
The Boundary Commission have now issued proposals that intend to increase the size of wards to 8000 and reduce the amount of county councillors.
This proposal if enacted will probably lead to a reduction in City Councillors along similar lines.