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Electoral review of Barnet ward boundaries

The Local Government Boundary Commission (LGBCE) for England is currently reviewing the electoral arrangement in the London Borough of Barnet. The review will draw new council ward boundaries across Barnet to make sure each councillor represents an equal number of voters.

LGBCE draft recommendations report for the London Borough of Barnet

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) has published its draft recommendations for the new electoral arrangement for the London Borough of Barnet.

The Commission has considered all the submissions it received in the previous stages of the review before drawing up the draft recommendations. It has sought to balance the criteria it follows when drawing up recommendations, including:

  • To deliver electoral equality where each borough councillor represents roughly the same number of electors as others across the borough.
  • That the pattern of wards should, as far as possible, reflect the interests and identities of local communities.
  • That the electoral arrangements should provide for effective and convenient local government.

The LGBCE draft recommendations propose that:

  • Barnet’s council size remains at 63 councillors - as at present. 
  • Barnet should move to having 25 wards - four more than there are now. 
  • The 63 Councillors will represent; 14 three-councillor wards, 10 two-councillor wards and 1 one-councillor ward
  • The boundaries of all wards should change, none will stay the same. 

The full draft recommendations on the new electoral arrangements for Barnet Council can be found on the LGBCE website.

Have your say

The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking for your views on their proposed new electoral arrangements for Barnet Council.

The LGBCE draft recommendations propose new council wards, ward boundaries and ward names across the council area.

  • Do the proposed wards reflect local communities?
  • How do you think the proposals can be improved?
  • Are the names of the proposed wards right?

Your opinion matters

For more information and interactive maps, visit  and

Write to: Review Officer (Barnet), LGBCE, 1st Floor, Windsor, House, 50 Victoria Street, London, SW1H 0TL .

This part of the LGBCE consultation closes on 24 June 2019. 

Barnet Council Submission - Warding Arrangements, supporting information

Barnet Council’s officer submission for Stage 2 of the Electoral Review was presented to Constitution and General Purposes Committee on the 22nd October 2018.

This report brings together available information, data and evidence that organisations or individuals submitting a proposal on warding arrangements might find useful.

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