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I'll go through these by turn, but first up Glasgow
Wards 6,7,9 and 17 all gain councillors, while Wards 11,12,15,20 and 21 lose a councillor. Two new wards are created: Dennistoun with 3 and Dowanhill/Kelvindale with 4.
Drumchapel/Anniesland (4) – No change to boundary
Garscadden/Scotstounhill (4) – Minimal change to boundary
Partick West (3) is cut back losing Partick and Claythorn. It retains Jordanhill, Broomhill etc so actually becomes more ‘genteel’ than the old ward.
Hillhead (3) loses Dowanhill and Hyndland, but takes in a chunk of North Kelvin and Woodlands so demographically, exchanges like for like. Geographically it becomes more compact.
Anderston/City (4) loses Woodlands and has a small adjustment to the east and is now given the additional ‘Yorkhill’ moniker.
Maryhill (3) is created from Maryhill/Kelvin and loses Kelvinside/Kelvindale and Cadder. Maryhill/Kelvin was the most 50/50 in terms of a split in deprivation (some of the most and some of the least deprived areas in the city) but has now lost the more well to do areas to…
Dowanhill/Kelvindale (4) is new containing Dowanhill/Hyndland/Kelvinside, Claythorn, Partick and most of Kelvindale. It’s another genteel bolthole in the West End of the city.
Canal (4) remains broadly the same, but loses Cadder and most of North Kelvin
In terms of the north west of the city
Maryhill(without Kelvin) not only shrinks but loses one councillor. Without any boundary change that would be SNP, but with the changes in mind it’s more likely to be Labour. Partick West loses one which without any boundary change would be SNP, however with the change it’s more likely to be the Green councillor. Hillhead loses 1 councillor which is likely to be Labour.
The new ward of Dowanhill is likely to be a battle between Labour and SNP and the Greens. Looking at it’s political makeup in 2012 and the polling district results (which was a very, very long time ago), I’d go for SNP 2, Labour 1, Green 1
Springburn becomes Springburn/Robroyston (4) kicking out Sighthill, Royston and Germiston but gaining Wallacewell and Robroyston from North East
North East (3) loses some areas as described above
Calton (4) and Shettleston (4) have no change
East Centre (4) is carved up with the new ward of Dennistoun (3) composing Dennistoun, Sighthill, Royston and Germiston and the remainder forming the East Centre ward, taking in Springboig and Barlanark from…
In terms of political makeup, North East loses a councillor. Party support there is even and Labour would lose 1. Baillieston also loses a councillor elected on the last count which would be an SNP councillor. Springburn gains a councillor, for the SNP. The new ward is Dennistoun, and you can’t model transfers here, but there’s every likelihood it would return 2 Labour and 1 SNP councillor on 2012 results. Calton also gains a councillor, for the SNP
Now onto the Southside
Govan (4) loses Craigton proper and Dumbrek to Pollokshields (4) There’s no change in Craigton (4) and minimal change in Greater Pollock (4). There are minor changes to Linn (4) and Newlands/Auldburn (3) with a more noticeable transferral of Toryglen from Southside Central (4) to Langside (4)
In terms of political makeup, the boundary changes are fairly minimal. Pollokshields gains a councillor which is likely to be SNP. Langside also gains a councillor which would also be SNP.
So, roughly speaking Labour would lose 3 and gain 3, the Greens would lose 1 and gain 1 and the SNP would lose 1 and gain 7.