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Operational Emergency Centres

Volume 130: debated on Tuesday 29 March 1988

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To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will list those (a) district, (b) London borough and (c) metropolitan district authorities which have an operational emergency centre.

The information requested is as follows. It is based on local authorities' returns due by 1 October 1987 under the Government's planned programme for implementation of the Civil Defence (General Local Authority Functions) Regulations 1983.

(a) Districts with an operational emergency centre

Avon:

Bath City; Wansdyke

Bedfordshire:

Luton; Mid Bedfordshire; North Bedfordshire; South Bedfordshire

Berkshire.

Bracknell; Windsor and Maidenhead

Buckinghamshire:

South Bucks (Beaconsfield); Chiltern; Milton Keynes

Cambridgeshire:

East Cambridgeshire; South Cambridgeshire

Cleveland:

Hartlepool; Middlesbrough; Stockton on Tees

Clwyd:

Colwyn; Glyndwr

Cornwall:

Caradon; North Cornwall; Penwith

Cumbria:

Allerdale

Devon:

East Devon; Exeter; Plymouth Mid-Devon (Tiverton)

Dorset:

Bournemouth; Poole; Weymouth and Portland; Wimborne

Durham:

Chester-le-Street; Darlington; Derwentside; Durham; Easington; Teesdale

Dyfed:

Carmarthen.

Essex:

Chelmsford; Colchester; Epping Forest; Maldon; Tendring.

Gloucestershire:

Cheltenham; Cotswold; Forest of Dean; Gloucester.

Gwynedd:

Aberconwy; Meirionnydd.

Hampshire:

Basingstoke; Eastleigh; East Hampshire; Fareham; Gosport; Hart; New Forest; Portsmouth; Rushmoor; Southampton; Winchester.

Hereford and Worcester:

Leominster.

Hertfordshire:

East Hertfordshire.

Humberside:

Beverley; Cleethorpes; East Yorkshire.

Kent:

Dartford; Gillingham; Sevenoaks; Shepway; Swale; Tonbridge and Mailing; Tonbridge Wells.

Lancashire:

Chorley; Clyde; South Ribble.

Leicestershire:

Blaby; Harborough; Hinckley and Bosworth; Melton; Rutland.

Lincolnshire:

Boston; North Kesteven; South Kesteven.

Norfolk:

Breckland; Great Yarmouth.

Northamptonshire:

Daventry; Kettering; Wellingborough.

Nottinghamshire:

Broxtowe; Mansfield; Nottingham City.

Powys:

Radnor.

Salop:

Bridgnorth; Shrewsbury and Atcham.

Somerset:

Sedgemoor; Taunton Deane.

Staffordshire:

Lichfield; Staffordshire Moorlands.

Suffolk:

Ipswich; St. Edmundsbury; Mid Suffolk.

Surrey:

Mole Valley; Surrey Heath; Waverley; Woking.

East Sussex:

Hove; Lewes; Rother; Wealden.

West Sussex:

Arun; Mid Sussex.

Warwickshire:

Rugby; Stratford on Avon.

Wiltshire:

Kennet; North Wiltshire; Salisbury.

North Yorkshire:

Hambleton; Harrogate; Selby.

(b) London boroughs with an operational centre

North West Group

Hammersmith; Hillingdon

North East Group

Waltham Forest

South East Group

Bexley; Bromley; Lewisham; Southwark

South West Group

Kingston-upon-Thames; Lambeth; Merton; Richmond-upon-Thames

(c) Fire and civil defence authority districts with an operational emergency centre

Greater Manchester:

Bury; Trafford

Merseyside:

Wirral

West Yorkshire:

Calderdale