The Boundary Commission for England is currently conducting the 2013 Review and has now published their revised proposals. The consultation on the revised proposals is now open and you can have your say on them until 10 December 2012.
The review has introduced substantial changes reducing the number of constituencies in England from 533 to 502; and if Parliament approves the changes would ensure that each constituency contains a similar number of electors; 73,354 in South Devon.
I was pleased to see that Marldon and Blatchcombe would remain in the larger renamed South Devon Constituency. The change of name would also reflect the wider geography of the Country's most beautiful constituency which would stretch from Holne on Dartmoor to Southern Torbay and the entire South Hams.
You can find out more about the proposed boundary changes by looking at the revised proposals which were published on 16 October 2012