The Boundary Commission for Scotland is responsible for reviews of:
- constituencies in Scotland for the UK Parliament; and
- constituencies and regions for the Scottish Parliament.
Full reviews of UK Parliament constituencies are carried out every 5 years. Full reviews of Scottish Parliament boundaries are carried out approximately every 10 years, with interim reviews of selected areas sooner if necessary.
The Local Government Boundary Commission for Scotland is a separate body which is responsible for reviewing local government boundaries in Scotland. Details of its work can be found at http://www.lgbc-scotland.gov.uk.