Consultation on boundary changes for Swale Borough Council

Voters living in a part of Kent where electoral boundaries could be changed have been urged to take part in a consultation.

Draft recommendations for changes to Swale Borough Council's wards have been drawn up by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England.

The commission has started a consultation, due to finish on 8 June.

Max Caller, who is the commission's chairman, said the review aimeds to deliver "electoral equality".

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