07 FEB 2024
The Boundary Commission for England has completed a review of Parliamentary constituencies which will impact communities in the West Oxfordshire District at the next General Election.
Changes to the Parliamentary boundaries mean that West Oxfordshire District will now form part of three parliamentary constituencies, rather than the one it currently does.
Approximately 55,500 voters from West Oxfordshire District Council and 19,000 voters from the Vale of White Horse District Council area will form the new Witney Constituency led by the Acting Returning Officer and Electoral Registration Officer for West Oxfordshire in conjunction with the Electoral Registration Officer for the relevant Vale of White Horse District ward areas. The district wards affected within West Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse are listed below:
|Alvescot and Filkins
|Ascott and Shipton
|Bampton and Clanfield
|Brize Norton and Shilton
|Carterton North East
|Carterton North West
|Hailey, Minster Lovell and Leafield
|Milton under Wychwood
|Standlake, Aston and Stanton Harcourt
|New to the Witney Constituency:
|Watchfield and Shrivenham
Maps can be found via the links below:
Bicester and Woodstock Constituency:
Every constituency must contain between 69,724 and 77,062 electors. The number of constituencies in England has increased from 533 to 543.