Its all change for the Croydon North Ward boundaries. The Boundary Commission published their final report and changes here. Look closely at the local ward changes here on this interacive map and impact to Upper Norwood and South Norwood Wards. New boundary for “Crystal Palace & Upper Norwood” Ward has similarities to the SE19 boundary.
Overall Croydon North Ward changes:
Last Boundary Review of Crystal Palace Area
The boundaries of the London Boroughs of Bromley, Croydon, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark all meet in the Crystal Palace area, and was last reviewed in 1992 in this report: 632.The-boundaries-of-the-london-boroughs-of-bromley,-croydon,-lambeth,-lewisham,-and-southwark-in-the-vicinity-of-crystalpalace.pdf
Other Boundary Reviews – Ongoing impacting the Crystal Palace area
There is also an ongoing review of Parliamentary boundaries. Parliamentary boundaries define the geographic area represented by each MP – their Parliamentary constituency. Parliament has specified that the 2018 Review must reduce the number of constituencies in the UK to 600 (from the current 650). Find out more 2018 Review from the Boundary Commission here, and click on the interactive map of proposed changes and comments here.