The latest version of changes proposed to Parliamentary constituencies by the Boundary Commissions for England was released last month.
They are roughly similar to those that were initially unveiled last year, however, there have been some tweaks made in some districts after receiving feedback from politicians and members of the public earlier this year.
It is now being proposed that Clifton will leave Nottingham South and join with West Bridgford to form a new North Rushcliffe constituency.
This was originally going to be called West Bridgford constituency, but the name was changed to North Rushcliffe, in order to make it “more inclusive to communities outside of West Bridgford”.
Sam Hartley, secretary to the Boundary Commission for England, said: “Based on what people have said to us, we have revised more than half of our initial proposals.
“The new map of the country we publish is, we think, close to the best set of Parliamentary constituencies we can achieve, based on the rules to which we work and the evidence given to us by local citizens.”
Article by Thomas Hewitt.