MONMOUTHSHIRE council has agreed to submit a representation for the county’s electoral review.

In a council meeting on Thursday, Cllr Richard John outlined the proposals for councillors to consider.

l Gobion Fawr

New council ward to replace the Llanover ward.

l Goetre Fawr

Gains Llanover ward from Gobion Fawr.

l Llantilio Crossenny

Most of the changes are within the existing Llantilio Crossenny county ward.

l Raglan

Pen-y-Clawdd and Llangovan have been moved from Raglan to the Mitchel Troy Community in the community boundry review. Gwehelog will be disbanded and moved into Raglan.

l St Arvans

Trellech Grange moved from the Tintern community into Trellech community.

Chapel Hill and Penallt wards merged with St Arvans and Tintern.

The Llandogo ward moved into a new Wye Valley community alongside Tintern.

l Llanfoist and Govilon

Llanwenarth Citra ward was moved to Abergavenny.

The council has proposed combining the remaining Llanfoist and Llanellen wards with the Govilon ward to create a two-member ward.

l Mitchel Troy and Trellech United

Proposal to combine the two wards into a single-member ward.

l Llanbadoc and Usk

Proposal to combine Llandbadoc and Usk into a two-member ward.

l Portskewett

Stays the same but would become a two-member ward.

l Abergavenny

Proposal to combine Cantref and Llanwenarth Citra into a single-member ward.

l Monmouth

Proposal to split the single-member ward of Drybridge and Town into separate wards and have five single-member wards.

l Chepstow

Proposal to lose a councillor and merge Thornwell, Bulwark and Maple Avenue, which would be represented by two councillors, and Larkfield and Chepstow Castle which would be represented by two ward members.

l Magor with Undy

Merge Magor East and West and make it a two-member ward.