Time is running out for members of the public to suggest names for the new House of Keys constituencies.
The deadline will is Monday, October 7, at 5pm.
Twelve equal constituencies of two seats each are due to be created, as recommended by the independent boundary review committee and agreed by Tynwald in June this year.
They will replace the current mixture of three-, two- and one-seat constituencies.
The new constituencies are as follows, under the names suggested by the Boundary Review Committee in its report to the June Tynwald:
Ayre and Michael – the current constituencies of Ayre and Michael
Ramsey - the current constituency
Garff - the current Garff constituency (Laxey, Lonan and Maughold) plus Onchan parish and Howstrake (from Onchan)
Onchan – the current Onchan constituency minus Onchan parish and Howstrake
Douglas West – based on the polling districts of Anagh Coar, Ballaugton, Pulrose
Douglas Central - Albany, Ballabrooie, Eastfield, Quay, St George’s, Somerset and Tynwald, plus part of Garden City
Douglas North – Glencrutchery, Willaston and most of Garden City
Douglas East - Crescent, Derby, St Ninian’s, Strand, Windsor
Middle - the current Middle constituency plus the parish of Santon, (from Malew and Santon)
Malew, Arbory and Castletown - the current Castletown constituency plus Malew, (from Malew and Santon), and Arbory, (from Rushen)
Rushen - the current Rushen constituency minus Arbory
Glenfaba and Peel - the current constituencies of Glenfaba and Peel
Further suggestions for the names of the new constituencies can be made by emailing Ann.Craine@cso.gov.im