The changes are to rectify an anomaly in elections to the Scottish Parliament.
Twenty residents who voted for their MSP in the Glasgow Provan constituency fell within Strathkelvin and Bearsden for the Parliament's regional list vote.
The changes will be made in time for the next Scottish Parliament elections.
The previous boundaries went in a straight line on the map cutting right through some houses and leaving others in two different constituencies for the 1st and 2nd ballots in the Holyrood votes.
The changes mean 20 voters will be moved from the Glasgow Provan constituency, held by Labour's Paul Martin, into the Strathkelvin and Bearsden seat held by Fiona Macleod of the SNP.
The previous boundaries were out of sync with the council boundaries of Glasgow and East Dunbartonshire, whereas Provan should be wholly within the city and Strathkelvin and Bearsden the neighbouring council area.
The homes affected are in Wallace Drive and Brookfield Drive, in Robroyston, in the north east of the city.
People in the surrounding streets, the local councils and elected representatives were informed of the consultation and asked for their opinion on the changes, and only the two councils responded. The report states: "During the public consultation period we received two representations. Both East Dunbartonshire and Glasgow City Council expressed support for the proposals.
"There were no objections or alternative suggestions. We therefore decided to adopt our initial proposals as our final recommendations."
It means Glasgow Provan constituency is reduced from 57,586 to 57,566 voters and Strathkelvin and Bearsden is increased from 61,012 to 61,032. The homes are new build semi-detached and detached homes on a housing estate close to Stobhill Hospital.