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Electoral Divisions

Volume 264: debated on Thursday 19 October 1995

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To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland what are the electorates of (a) those parts of Strathclyde electoral division 46 (Chryston) included in the areas of (i) North Lanarkshire council and (ii) East Dunbartonshire council, (b) those parts of Strathclyde electoral division 35 (Kings Park/Toryglen) included in the areas of (iii) City of Glasgow council and (iv) South Lanarkshire council, (c) those parts of Strathclyde electoral division 8 (Vale of Leven) included in the areas of (v) Dumbarton and Clydebank council and (vi) Argyll and Bute council and (d) those parts of Tayside electoral division 31 (Sidlaw) included in the areas of (vii) Angus council, (viii) Perth and Kinross council and (ix) City of Dundee council, as of 16 February. [37150]

The information is as follows:

  • (a) Estimates of Strathclyde Electoral Division 46 (Chryston) electorate included in:
  • (i) North Lanarkshire Council—12,442
  • (ii) East Dunbartonshire Council—3,865
  • (b) Estimates of Strathclyde Electoral Division 35 (Kings Park/Toryglen) electorate included in:
    • (iii) City of Glasgow Council—8,330
    • (iv) South Lanarkshire Council—8,099
  • (c) Estimates of Strathclyde Electoral Division 8 (Vale of Leven) electorate included in:
    • (v) Dumbarton and Clydebank Council—19,752
    • (vi) Argyll and Bute Council—320
  • (d) Estimates of Tayside Electoral Division 31 (Sidlaw) electorate included in:
    • (vii) Angus Council—4,504
    • (viii) Perthshire and Kinross Council—2,242
    • (ix) Dundee City Council—248

    Source: GRO (Scotland).

    To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland what were the electorates of the electoral divisions of each region and islands area; and what were the electorates of the wards in each of the new council areas in Scotland, as of 16 February. [37151]