THERE are just a few days left for people to tell the Local Government Boundary Commission for England where they think new council ward boundaries should be drawn across Hillingdon.

It is carrying out an electoral review of the borough, which means re-drawing ward boundaries.

It has also decided the council should have 53 councillors in future, 12 fewer than now. The Commission is asking residents for their views before it draws up its own recommendations.

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It will consider all views before publishing draft recommendations in January.

Ward boundary changes in Hillingdon are part of a wider programme that will affect 25 London boroughs ahead of the next local elections in 2022.

This phase of public consultation closes on November 5.

Consultation responses should be sent to:

The Review Officer (Hillingdon)

Local Government Boundary Commission for England

1st floor, Windsor House

50 Victoria Street

London SW1H 0TL