Parliamentary and Surrey County Council Boundary Reviews took place in 2023 and an electoral review took place for Elmbridge in 2016. New Parliamentary constituency boundaries In 2023 the Boundary Commission for England conducted a Review of Parliamentary constituencies in England. The new constituencies boundaries will be used at the next General Election. There are changes to the Parliamentary constituencies for voters in Cobham and Downside ward, Oatlands and Burwood Park ward and Oxshott and Stoke d'Abernon ward, as well as minor changes to Walton Central ward and Weybridge and St George's Hill ward. There have not been any changes to the existing Borough Council ward and polling district boundaries. Document Elmbridge new Parliamentary constituencies 2024 (PDF, 90.48KB) Visit Boundary Commission for England: 2023 Review to view the report and an interactive map of the recommendations. Surrey County Council Boundary Review 2023 The Local Government Boundary Commission is reviewing the number of councillors, divisions and division names for Surrey County Council. Two rounds of public consultation were carried out in 2023 and the final recommendations will be published on 9 January 2024. The new arrangements will apply to the County Council elections in May 2025. To view further details about the electoral review see the Local Government Boundary Commission for England. Electoral review for Elmbridge 2016 Following the council's request to the Local Government Boundary Commission for England to undertake an Electoral Review for Elmbridge, the Commission published its final recommendations for new electoral arrangements for Elmbridge Borough Council. The Commission's final recommendations were that Elmbridge be represented by 48 councillors: 12 fewer than the previous arrangement. Those councillors will represent 16 three-member wards across the borough, delivering electoral equality for voters across the borough. The Commission's publication followed an 8-week public consultation on its draft proposals and draws new boundaries for each council ward across Elmbridge. The new electoral arrangements were implemented at the local elections on 5 May 2016. For further details of the final recommendations see the Local Government Boundary Commission for England.