Electoral Review of Mid Sussex District Council 2021/22 – Outcome

The Local Government Boundary Commission (England) [LGBCE] has completed its Electoral Review of Mid Sussex District Council.

You can view the Commission’s Final Recommendations at the LGBCE website.

Subject to parliamentary approval (expected in the Spring), the LGBCE concludes that MSDC should be comprised of 48 councillors, six fewer than there are now. There will be 27 district wards, one more than there are now. The boundaries of 23 wards should change; three (Copthorne & Worth, Hassocks and Burgess Hill St Andrews) will stay the same.

The full report of the LGBCE together with a revised ward boundary map and a summary report are published at the Commission’s website. These boundary changes are due to take effect at the local government elections in May 2023.

Last updated: 02 February 2022