List of Parliamentary constituencies in Nottinghamshire

The ceremonial county of Nottinghamshire, (which includes the unitary authority of Nottingham), is divided into 11 Parliamentary constituencies - three Borough constituencies and eight County constituencies.


  † Conservative   ‡ Labour   ¤ Liberal Democrat   Change UK

Constituency[nb 1] Electorate Majority[nb 2] Member of Parliament Nearest opposition Map
Ashfield CC 78,076 5,733   Lee Anderson   Jason Zadrozny
Bassetlaw CC 78,540 14,013   Brendan Clarke-Smith   Keir Morrison
Broxtowe CC 74,013 5,331   Darren Henry   Greg Marshall
Gedling CC 71,223 679   Tom Randall   Vernon Coaker
Mansfield CC 77,811 16,306   Ben Bradley   Sonya Ward
Newark CC 75,510 21,816   Robert Jenrick   James Baggaley
Nottingham East BC 61,760 17,393   Nadia Whittome   Victoria Stapleton
Nottingham North BC 66,886 11,160   Alex Norris   Jack Tinley
Nottingham South BC 71,182 15,162   Lillian Greenwood   Jane Hunt
Rushcliffe CC 74,738 7,643   Ruth Edwards   Cheryl Pidgeon
Sherwood CC 76,196 16,186   Mark Spencer   Mike Pringle

Boundary changesEdit

Name Old boundaries 2010 General Election
  1. Ashfield CC
  2. Bassetlaw CC
  3. Broxtowe CC
  4. Gedling CC
  5. Mansfield CC
  6. Newark CC
  7. Nottingham East BC
  8. Nottingham North BC
  9. Nottingham South BC
  10. Rushcliffe CC
  11. Sherwood CC

Changes proposed for 2024Edit

As part of the Sixth Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies the Boundary Commission for England has proposed the following seats in Nottinghamshire to be created for the possible 2024 election.[1]


Historical representation by partyEdit

A cell marked → (with a different colour background to the preceding cell) indicates that the previous MP continued to sit under a new party name.

1885 to 1918Edit

  Conservative   Liberal   Liberal-Labour   Liberal Unionist

Constituency 1885 1886 90 1892 1895 98 00 1900 1906 Jan 1910 Dec 1910 12 16
Bassetlaw Beckett-Denison Milner Newnes Hume-Williams
Mansfield Foljambe Williams Markham C. H. Seely
Newark Pierrepont Finch-Hatton Pierrepont Welby Starkey
Nottingham East Morley Bond Cotton Morrison Rees
Nottingham South Williams Wright Cavendish-Bentinck Richardson Cavendish-Bentinck
Nottingham West C. Seely Broadhurst C. Seely Yoxall
Rushcliffe Ellis Jones

1918 to 1950Edit

  Conservative   Labour   Liberal   National Labour

Constituency 1918 22 1922 1923 1924 27 1929 30 31 1931 34 1935 40 41 43 1945
Broxtowe Spencer Cocks
Mansfield Carter Bennett Varley Brown Taylor
Nottingham West Hayday Caporn Hayday O'Brien
Bassetlaw Hume-Williams MacDonald Bellenger
Nottingham South H. Cavendish-Bentinck Knight Markham Smith
Nottingham Central Atkey Berkeley Bennett O'Connor Sykes de Freitas
Nottingham East Rees Houfton Birkett Brocklebank Birkett Gluckstein Harrison
Rushcliffe Betterton Assheton Paton
Newark Starkey W. Cavendish-Bentinck Shephard

1950 to 1983Edit

  Conservative   Labour

Constituency 1950 1951 53 1955 1959 1964 1966 68 1970 Feb 1974 Oct 1974 77 1979
Broxtowe / Ashfield (1955) Cocks Warbey Marquand Smith Haynes
Bassetlaw Bellenger Ashton
Mansfield Taylor Concannon
Nottingham East / Nottingham North (1955) Harrison Whitlock
Newark Deer Bishop Alexander
Nottingham North West / Nottingham West (1955) O'Brien Tapsell English
Nottingham Central / Nottingham East (1974) Winterbottom Cordeaux Dunnett
Nottingham South Smith Keegan Clark Perry Fowler
Rushcliffe Redmayne Gardner Clarke
Carlton Pickthorn Holland
Beeston Lester

1983 to presentEdit

  Change UK   Conservative   Independent   Labour

Constituency 1983 1987 1992 1997 2001 2005 2010 13 14 2015 2017 19 2019
Mansfield Concannon Meale Bradley
Ashfield Haynes Hoon De Piero Anderson
Bassetlaw Ashton Mann Clarke-Smith
Nottingham North Ottaway Allen Norris
Nottingham East Knowles Heppell Leslie Whittome
Nottingham South Brandon-Bravo Simpson Greenwood
Gedling Holland Mitchell Coaker Randall
Sherwood Stewart Tipping Spencer
Broxtowe Lester Palmer Soubry Henry
Newark Alexander Jones Mercer Jenrick
Rushcliffe Clarke Edwards

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ BC denotes borough constituency, CC denotes county constituency.
  2. ^ The majority is the number of votes the winning candidate receives more than their nearest rival.


  1. ^ "Final Recommendations - Volume one: Report" (PDF). Boundary Commission for England.