The Local Government Boundary Commission for England is looking to redraw the electoral division map following the growth in population in some areas which means some divisions have a higher number of people living in them.
Currently the county council has 64 councillors representing 61 divisions – as three divisions have two councillors.
The commission agrees the number of councillors should remain the same – at 64 – and they’re now consulting on how it could work so that each division has only one councillor representing it.
A 10-week consultation has been launched to find out what residents and organisations think about their local communities and runs until 17 July 2023.
Have your say on proposals for a new political map for Derbyshire County Council.