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Electoral Boundary Review

Electoral Boundary Review for Dover District Council

The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) has completed an Electoral Review of the Dover District and the Dover (Electoral Changes) Order 2019 was made on 31 January 2019. 
At the full Council elections to be held on 2 May 2019, the Council will return 32 councillors representing the 17 new wards. This is a reduction from the current 45 councillors representing 21 wards.  
COUNCIL WARDS - 2 May 2019 onwards
Ward No. Ward Name  No. of Councillors
1 Alkham & Capel-le-Ferne 1
 2 Aylesham, Eythorne & Shepherdswell  3
 3 Buckland  2
 4 Dover Downs & River 2
 5 Eastry Rural   2
 6 Guston, Kingsdown & St Margaret's-at-Cliffe  2
 7  Little Stour and Ashstone  2
 8  Maxton and Elms Vale  1
 9  Middle Deal  2
 10  Mill Hill  2
 11  North Deal  2
 12  Sandwich  2
 13  St Radigunds  2
 14  Tower Hamlets  1
 15  Town and Castle  2
 16  Walmer  2
 17  Whitfield  2
  TOTAL COUNCILLORS 32

 

Maps of the new wards
The Local Government Boundary Commission for England have an interactive map of the new wards that can be found on LGBCE's website.

 

 

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