What happened in YOUR area:
Still divided despite a concerted campaign by residents. But the name is restored.
Now the neighbourhood would be split between a Balsall Heath West ward and a Sparkbrook and Balsall Heath East ward
The eastern part will include Balsall Heath Park which had previously been included in Moseley.
Area to north of Chester Road now in Erdington, not Pype Hayes ward. Short Heath moved from Erdington ward into Perry Common.
Erdington Station area now in Erdington ward.
Gravelly Hill (formerly Tyburn):
Border with Stockland Green moved to include Gravelly Hill Station in new ward.
Properties between Witton Lakes and Witton Cemetery will be included in Stockland Green ward rather than Perry Common ward. Instead, the Perry Common ward will take in
the Short Heath area which had been part of Erdington.
Now includes Birches Green area
Kingstanding and Oscott:
A swap around has seen area to north of Kings Road moved into Oscott ward and south end of Kingstanding Road in the Kingstanding ward.
Proposals to have separate Perry Beeches and Perry Hall wards scrapped and a single larger ward restored.
Small change so that Ninfield Road is included in the ward.
The ward will now be called Brandwood and Kings Heath. Some boundaries have been moved.
Druids Heath and Monyhull:
The new name for Monyhull better reflects community identities.
Northern boundary of the ward amended to include the Victoria Commons and the properties around it.
Longbrigde and West Heath:
Formerly proposed West Heath South and North wards now merged. Local views suggested that the Longbridge area shared closer community ties with West Heath than neighbouring Rubery and Rednal as previously proposed.
Minor boundary changes, including around Sutton Reddicap and Sutton Roughley boundary.
On its second draft published earlier this year the commission had already resolved major disputes over Moseley, Hall Green, Yardley, North Edgbaston and Acocks Green.
Full street level maps are available on the Boundary Commission website.