The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is carrying out an electoral review of South Somerset District Council.
The review will draw new council ward boundaries across South Somerset.
The Commission has also announced that the council should have 60 councillors in future: the same as the current arrangements.
Now we are asking for evidence about your local area to help us decide a new pattern of wards for South Somerset.
Your views will make a difference
Local people know their area best. That's why we are asking you for evidence on a range of issues:
For more details and interactive maps, visit: consultation.lgbce.org.uk or www.lgbce.org.uk
Have your say. Send your views to:
The Review Officer (South Somerset)
Local Government Boundary Commission for England 14th floor, Millbank Tower
London SWIP 4QP
Follow us on Twitter: @LGBCE
The consultation closes on 30 October 2017
The Local Government Boundary Commission for England
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