Local electoral arrangements finalised for Kent County Council

Local electoral arrangements finalised for Kent County Council

The Commission has published its final recommendations for new electoral arrangements for Kent County Council.

We are proposing that Kent should be represented by 81 county councillors in future: three fewer than the current arrangements. Our recommendations mean that those county councillors should represent 63 single-member electoral divisions and 9 two-member electoral divisions across the county.

The Commission has now completed its review. We are extremely grateful to the people of Kent who took the time and effort to send us their views. The Commission considered every piece of evidence it received before finalising these recommendations.

In the map below, you can explore our final recommendations (in red) and see how they have changed from the current arrangements (in blue) and the changes we have made as a result of our consultation on draft recommendations (in black).

You can also read the final recommendations report and find links to other useful information in the box at the bottom of this page.

Review timetable

09/12/14 - 02/03/15

Consultation on new boundaries

12/05/15 - 06/07/15

Consultation on draft recommendations


Final recommendations published