Greenwich could be split across two parliamentary constituencies, if proposals put forward by the Boundary Commission are accepted.
The Greenwich West ward, along with Blackheath Westcombe, would be part of a new Deptford and Greenwich constituency. The constituency would include six wards from the borough of Lewisham: Blackheath, Brockley, Evelyn, Ladywell, New Cross and Telegraph Hill.
The Peninsula ward, which takes in East Greenwich and the Greenwich Peninsula, would become part of a new constituency called Woolwich.
At the moment, the Greenwich West and Peninsula wards are both part of the Greenwich and Woolwich constituency, represented by Nick Raynsford.
The proposals are part of the Boundary Commission's review, which was set up with the intention of reducing the number of MPs at Westminster and making constituencies more uniform in size.
You can have your say on the proposals by contacting the Boundary Commission and they are holding public hearings at Lewisham Town Hall on October 24th & 25th to discuss their plans for south-east London.
The proposals will only change parliamentary constituencies and will not affect the make-up of the local council.