Residents Urged To Check Out New Ward Boundaries

Changes made in Hounslow apply for the local elections in May

The new ward boundary map for Hounslow borough
The new ward boundary map for Hounslow borough

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Residents of Hounslow Borough are being advised to check out the revised ward boundaries that will be used in the next local elections.

The next local election in Hounslow will be held on Thursday 5 May 2022 and this election will see significant changes in some local wards which may impact where residents vote.

As part of these changes, implemented by the Local Government Boundary Commission of England (LGBCE), the number of wards will increase from 20 to 22, and the total number of councillors who represent Hounslow will increase from 60 to 62.

These changes may also mean that, from May 2022, some ward names will be changed, and some residents’ addresses may fall within a different ward.

Changes include the expansion west of Turnham Green ward and its renaming as Chiswick Gunnersbury and a new ward called Syon and Brentford Lock.

Niall Bolger, Chief Executive and Returning Officer for London Borough of Hounslow, said, “It’s important that residents make themselves familiar with the new ward boundaries now to avoid any confusion.

“Remember decisions that elected councillors make over the next four years will shape future services provided from the Council. Elections are the key way in which residents can have a say in local democracy, by choosing who represents them.

“Registering and then getting out to vote, wherever residents live in the borough, is therefore really important so we’re urging residents to ensure they are registered and know where their allocated polling station is.

“We want to ensure everyone eligible to vote can do so easily”

The ward boundary changes mean that polling stations may be different for residents. Those who participated in the Council’s polling district and polling place consultation in August played a role in helping to shape elections in the borough. It is vital that residents check what electoral ward their address is in and where their polling station is. To find out residents can visit

Residents can register to vote by visiting The deadline for registering to vote at next year’s local election is midnight on Thursday, 14 April 2022.


Number of Councillors



Brentford East


Brentford West


Chiswick Gunnersbury


Chiswick Homefields


Chiswick Riverside




Feltham North


Feltham West


Hanworth Park


Hanworth Village


Heston Central


Heston East


Heston West


Hounslow Central


Hounslow East


Hounslow Heath


Hounslow South


Hounslow West




Osterley & Spring Grove


Syon & Brentford Lock




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December 3, 2021

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