Both Harrow Borough and Wealdstone are to remain in the Ryman League following the anouncement of the non league constitution for next season by the Football Association's League's committee.
Wealdstone, in particular, had cause for concern over a possible move as they were shunted into the financially taxing Southern League two seasons ago and last year, after being told that they would be moving back, had to fight off a late attempt to keep them in the Southern.
There are few surprises in the Ryman League Premier Division make up for next season, where Stones and Borough will face opposition from five different clubs
Sutton United come down from the Conference South, while Dartford and Canvey are promoted from Ryman One North, along with Dover Athletic and Tooting from Ryman One South.
Boreham Wood, who finished in a relegation spot, are reprieved due to the knock on effect through the first three steps of the non league pyramind of Halifax going bust.
Northwood, who feared they might be moved back to the Southern League, remain in Ryman Division One North. They lose the local derby with Edgware Town, who have resigned, but gain Hillingdon Borough, who have been shifted across from the Southern League Division One South and West.