RESIDENTS are being urged to take part in a consultation over the future of Test Valley.

A community governance review, which is looking at whether or not to change boundaries in the borough, is open and running until July 6.

Test Valley Borough Council has urged community members not to miss the chance to have their say.

Corporate portfolio holder, cllr Maureen Flood, said: "It is particularly important that those affected by the proposed changes have their say. I ask residents to contact us with their feedback as soon as possible."

The first round of consultation took place between November 2017 and January of this year, which set out a number of draft recommendations that were later approved at a full council meeting.

This current consultation is seeking the public's view on those recommendations. Some of the suggestions could see an area near Parsonage Farm move from Romsey Extra to Awbridge, and part of the North Baddesley ward move into the Ampfield and Braishfield area.

The consultation runs until July 6.

The public are also invited to submit any further proposals that have not been included, but residents feel should be considered.

The documents can be viewed at