2018 Review: Dudley, Wolverhampton & Walsall

In News on July 4, 2016 by dadge Tagged: , , , ,

Dudley 3.20
Wolverhampton 2.28
Walsall 2.50
Total 7.98 —-> 8 seats

The large ward sizes make redistribution in West Midlands county very difficult. This plan isn’t ideal regarding Wolverhampton, but that leaves you with the opportunity to find a better arrangement.

The Halesowen-Stourbridge seat excludes a very small part of Stourbridge that’s in the Lye & Stourbridge North ward, and even so it’s still slightly oversize, so Cradley needs to be added to the Brierley Hill seat, giving it a bit of wispy tail.


Halesowen & Stourbridge 72802* (includes Wollescote 3920 voters)
Brierley Hill & Kingswinford 75477* (includes Cradley 5836 voters)
Dudley Castle 71722
Coseley & Penn 76122
Tettenhall & Bushbury 77938
Bilston & Willenhall 73200
Walsall Town 72746
Aldridge-Brownhills 76570


2 Responses to “2018 Review: Dudley, Wolverhampton & Walsall”

  1. […] DUDLEY […]

  2. Merely rename Bilston & Willenhall as Wolverhampton East given that Willenhall has stronger ties to Wolverhampton than to Walsall then seems a good plan.

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