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2018 Review: Devon & Cornwall

In News on July 2, 2016 by dadge Tagged: , , ,

Entitlements:
Cornwall 5.27
Devon 7.73
Plymouth 2.36
Torbay 1.31
Total: 16.67 —-> 17 seats

This has been a bit of a faff! There are two possibilities for a cross-border seat: a Hamoaze seat or a northern seat. I haven’t yet found a satisfactory plan that includes a Hamoaze seat. Then, because I decided that I wanted to remove only one chunk from Plymouth, this means that the Plymouth seats are above average size, and this made it tricky to get all the rest of the Devon seats up to the minimum size. Another spanner in the works is the Crediton (Central Devon) seat which already has parts of four districts so I couldn’t add any Torridge wards to it. In the end the Totnes seat comes out slightly too small and it can’t really be fixed without a ward split because the wards east of Plymouth are awkwardly shaped. So I’ve added Holbeton (484 voters) to Totnes.

St Ives 73971
Falmouth 75631
Truro 73784
Bodmin 72131
South East Cornwall 76659
Bideford & Bude 71388
Plymouth North 75751
Plymouth South 78406
Tavistock 71315*
Totnes 71062*
Torbay 71459
Newton Abbot 72963
North Devon 73240
Crediton 72868
Exeter 71404
Exmouth 72147
Tiverton & Honiton 72460

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