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REVISED RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CONSTITUENCY BOUNDARIES IN HAMPSHIRE

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The Boundary Commission is to publish revised recommendations for the parliamentary constituencies in Hampshire on ...
The Boundary Commission is to publish revised recommendations for the parliamentary constituencies in Hampshire on 4 March 1993.

The commission published (revised) provisional proposals on 2 July 1992.

Objections to these proposals led to a public inquiry which was held in Winchester from 21-23 September 1992. The assistant commissioner who conducted the inquiry recommended major revisions to the commission's proposals, which the commission has now decided to adopt.

As with their provisional recommendations, the commission is required to consider representations about their revised recommendations within one month of local publication. However, it is not obliged to hold an inquiry into representations about their revised recommendations.

The commission will give careful consideration to any further representations made in response to their public notice, copies of which are now available.

Those who make representations are requested to say whether they approve of, or object to, the commission's proposals and to give their reasons for their approval or objection. In particular, objectors are advised to say what they propose in place of the Commission's recommendations and should note that an objection accompanied by a counter-proposal is likely to carry more weight than a simple statement of objection.

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