The Boundary Commission for England has released it’s final report on the revision of Parliamentary Constituencies in England.
You can read the whole report here: Boundaries Review
It still has to be voted through Parliament but if approved it will be implemented at the next General Election.
Birmingham will lose one MP overall with some wards joining up with neighbouring areas. To add to confusion the changes have been based on the old council wards rather than the one’s that were introduced in the council elections of 2018.
Moseley & Kings Heath will come into a new constituency called Birmingham Kings Heath, joining up with Billesley, Brandwood & Bournville. However anyone living in the parts of the new Moseley Council ward who were originally in Springfield or Sparkbrook, will remain in a constituency called Hall Green.
That does not mean local Councillors or ourselves will no longer represent everyone in the new Moseley ward. It means we will have two MP’s covering different parts of Moseley rather than one.