People with local knowledge are invited to take a final chance to make their voices heard over proposed parliamentary boundary changes.

The Boundary Commission for England wants to hear from Essex communities to make sure its final recommendations to Parliament take account of local views and knowledge.

Harlow, Safron Walden, and Broxbourne constituencies would change but Epping Forest and Brentwood and Ongar are not be affected under the current proposed boundaries.

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The final public consultation is open until 5 December.

Currently constituency sizes vary widely across the country due to population changes since the last boundary review.

The new map proposed by the Boundary Commission means each constituency has between 69,724 and 77,062 electors.

The proposed changes are available here: