About Bristol West
Bristol West is the second biggest constituency in the United Kingdom, in terms of population, with an electorate of 99,253 in the 2019 General Election.
The constituency covers Bristol city centre, the Harbourside and most of the inner city, including the areas of Easton, Lawrence Hill, Redfield, St Pauls, Cotham, Bishopston, Horfield, Redland, Redcliffe, Hotwells, Clifton and all the areas in between.
You can find out whether you live in Bristol West by searching your postcode here.
To zoom in, see the detailed map of the constituency on the Ordinance Survey website.
New Parliamentary Boundaries from 2024
Parliamentary constituency boundaries will change at the next UK general election. This includes Bristol West.
At the next general election, Bristol West will cease to exist and a new constituency of Bristol Central will be created.
From the current Bristol West boundary, the wards of Easton and Lawrence Hill will move to Bristol East constituency and Bishopston and Ashley Down ward will become part of the Bristol North West constituency. The rest of the constituency will be renamed Bristol Central.
For more details visit: Boundary review 2023: Which seats will change in the UK? (parliament.uk)