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Boundary Commission (Reports)

Volume 976: debated on Friday 21 December 1979

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department for which local government districts in England he has, since 24 October, received reports from the Local Government Boundary Commission with regard to new electoral arrangements; and for which districts he has made orders under schedule 9 to the Local Government Act 1972.

Since 24 October we have received reports from the Local Government Boundary Commission for England proposing new electoral arrangements for the districts of Beaconsfield, Brighton, Forest of Dean, Gateshead, North Devon, North Tyneside, Rother, Slough, Suffolk Coastal and Sunderland. We have made orders for Bradford, Cheltenham, East Lindsey, Exeter, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, North Bedfordshire, Poole, Portsmouth, Reading, Restormel, St. Helens, Sheffield, Stroud, Tameside, Torbay, Walsall, Welling-borough, Wigan and Wirral.