Sunday, February 04, 2007



I thought that I would update my blog with more information for constituents on the new multi member wards for the upcoming election. If you want to know which new ward you belong to click on the title above and put in the relevant details. When you have done this a new window comes up detailing the ward you belong to at present, the new multi member ward and the details of your elected representatives.

Try it out for yourself.


RightForScotland said...

Cool widget.

One suggestion though. When you click thru and get your new ward it would be nice if for this election we perhaps seen the old wards that make it up? Or if the boundaries are not exact then an overlay of the new on the old?

There has been the suggestion in the past that this Lib Dem coalition price will be implemented by bundling wards together where Strong votes for one party will cancel out others thereby maintaining the status quo. Having old and new side by side would be an interesting map I think. Or is this already available on another site?

Rayleen Kelly said...

RFS: The maps for the new boundaries are available on the Boundary Commissions website but they don't always work, I have suggested that the Council puts the maps of the new wards onto the webpage to make it easier for constituents to see where they will be in the grand scheme of things, hopefully this will happen soon.


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