THE committee that’s trying to redraw the House of Keys map has finished its consultation on its proposals.
The consultation attracted 68 written submissions and the committee also held 16 meetings with Tynwald members and five with local authority members.
Boundary Review Committee chairman Sally Bolton said: ‘It was a very useful exercise, providing valuable local insight which will be taken account as we prepare our final report to Tynwald.’
Tynwald has agreed that the 24 Keys seats should be divided into 12 constituencies with two members each, and that the population size of constituencies should not vary from the average by more than 15 per cent.
Read full details of the proposals by clicking the following link to an iomtoday story from January 4:Will 2013 be a year of change for democracy?