Details of the changes for other affected areas
AS well as the constituencies that will change, the following will be heavily affected:
Dublin Fingal: Gains a seat as it takes back the other half of Swords and Portmarnock.
Dublin South-West: Gains a seat as it takes in areas around Rathfarmham, Ballyboden and Knocklyon.
Dublin South-Central: Loses a seat, down to four, as Terenure and part of Kimmage goes to Dublin Bay South.
Dublin Central: Loses a seat, down to three, as territory gone to Dublin West and Dublin North-West.
Laois: Becomes a new three-seater, breaking away from Offaly, and takes in a slice of west Kildare.
Cork South-Central: Loses a seat, dropping to four, as Bishopstown area transfers out.
Galway East: Loses a seat, down to three, and substantial territory to new Roscommon-Galway.
A number of constituencies are affected, but to a lesser extent:
Dun Laoghaire: Takes back part of old Dublin South around Foxrock, Leopardstown and Cabinteely.
Dublin West: Takes in Ashtown and Phoenix Park from Dublin Central.
Dublin North-West: Takes in Botanic and south Drumcondra from Dublin Central.
Dublin Bay South: Takes in Terenure and part of Kimmage from Dublin South-Central.
Kildare South: Loses a chunk around Monasterevin and Kildangan to Laois.
Kildare North: Loses a slice to Kildare South.
Limerick: Takes back part of west Limerick from the old Kerry North.
Limerick City: Takes back part of east Limerick.
Waterford: A small portion of the county that was in the old Tipperary South is returned.
Cork North-Central: Takes in Bishopstown area from Cork South-Central.
Cork North-West: Takes in some area near Mallow and Macroom from Cork North-Central.
Galway West: Takes in part of south Mayo, including Ballinrobe and Cong.
The following will not be affected: Dublin Mid-West; Carlow-Kilkenny; Wexford; Wicklow; Meath West; Meath East; Louth; Longford-Westmeath; Cork South-West; Cork East; and Clare.