2023 Review of UK Parliamentary constituencies in Scotland

The Boundary Commission for Scotland is an independent organisation responsible for reviewing UK Parliament constituency boundaries in Scotland.

They have published their initial proposals for a new map of UK Parliamentary constituencies in Scotland. This marks the start of 8 week consultations on the proposals that run until Wednesday 8 December 2021.

Scotland has been allocated 57 (-2) constituencies for the 2023 Review, two fewer than at present. The UK Parliament has retained 650 constituencies. England has been allocated 543 (+10), Northern Ireland 18 (no change) and Wales 32 (-8).

Comments on the initial proposals can be made on the Boundary Commission’s consultation portal.  You can also email bcs@scottishboundaries.gov.uk or write to Boundary Commission for Scotland, Thistle House, 91 Haymarket Terrace, Edinburgh EH12 5HD.