First Periodic Review of Scottish Parliament Boundaries
Revised Recommendations for constituencies and Provisional Proposals for regions
The Revised Recommendations for constituencies and Provisional Proposals for regions for the Scottish Parliament were published on 21 May 2009 for public consultation until 21 June 2009.
The Revised Recommendations for constituencies for Aberdeen City; Argyll and Bute; and City of Edinburgh council areas were superseded by the Commission's Further Recommendations for these areas which were published in September 2009. In October 2009, the Commission made a statement that in its report it expected to recommend the constituencies that were in its Further Recommendations, and for all other council areas expects that it will recommend the constituencies that were in its Revised Recommendations for constituencies.
Publication of the Revised Recommendations for constituencies and Provisional Proposals for regions was announced through Statutory Notices placed in newspapers and News Releases. Material relating to the proposals was made available for public inspection at a variety of locations such as council offices and libraries which are detailed in the Statutory Notices. The Revised Recommendations cover all of Scotland.
The Commission decided on its Revised Recommendations for constituencies after consideration of representations received concerning its Provisional Proposals for constituencies and the associated Local Inquiries. See the important note concerning the effect of current Local Government Boundary Commission for Scotland reviews on these proposals.
|Revised Recommendations for constituencies by local authority areas|
|Revised Recommendations for individual constituencies|
|Provisional Proposals for regions|
|News Releases and Statutory Notices|
|Map of Scotland showing Revised Recommendations for constituencies||
|Descriptive Booklet for the review||
|Electorate data for review|
|Map showing electoral parity for Revised Recommendations||
|Map showing electoral parity for constituencies at the start of this review||