The Boundary Commission has now published proposals for new constituencies across the UK, with dramatic effects in Brent.
Brent Central would be split, with most of it going into a new Willesden and Shepherds Bush seat. Essentially the new seat would cover the existing Brent Central minus Tokyngton, Dudden Hill, Dollis Hill and Welsh Harp plus Brondesbury and the northern part of Hammersmith and Fulham.
Queens Park and the Brent Kilburn would merge with the existing Westminister North to become "Kilburn".
Most of Brent North would merge with the rest of Brent Central to form a Wembley seat.
Finally a Harrow South and Kenton seat would be formed with the Brent Kenton and Queensbury.
To do all this would require Parliamentary approval in late 2018. However, there is already speculation that the whole process is going to be restarted from scratch as the Tory government thinks it might be too weak to win the Parliamentary vote. Were the boundaries to go ahead, a number of sitting MPs including Dawn Butler MP, Barry Gardiner MP and Tulip Siddiq MP would face interesting choices about where to stand.