The final recommendations for new electoral arrangements for the Lancaster Council have been published.
It follows an eight-week public consultation on its draft proposals earlier in the year followed by a further six-week consultation in the summer.
The recommendations propose new boundaries for each council ward across Lancaster.
The Boundary Commission’s final recommendations propose that Lancaster should be represented by 60 councillors in the future, the same as the current arrangements. The recommendations also propose that those councillors should represent 12 three-member wards, nine two-member wards and six single-member wards across Lancaster and surrounding areas.
The full recommendations and detailed maps are available on the Commission’s website.
Max Caller, chairman of the Commission, said: “Across Lancaster and the surrounding areas, we have sought to balance the views expressed to us by local people with the criteria we must apply when we are deciding on new electoral arrangements.
“As such, we believe these recommendations deliver electoral equality for voters as well as reflecting the identities of communities across Lancaster.”
To find out more visit: consultation.lgbce.org.uk