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More on Unitary Authorities

by michael - 11:31 on 23 April 2009

Further revised proposals for the local government of Norfolk have been proposed by the Boundary Committee.
1. A Norfolk unitary authority comprising of the existing county of Norfolk.
2. A Greater Norwich unitary authority and a Rural Norfolk unitary authority comprising of the rest of Norfolk.

These further draft proposals are the same as two of the patterns that the committee published in July 2008, except that now it is proposed that Lowestoft remains in Suffolk under both proposals. The other proposals involving Great Yarmouth authority has been dropped.

Details of the proposals can be found at the committee's website www.boundarycommittee.org.uk.

Comments and representations are invited by the committee before 14th May 2009 by using the form download-able from the above web address, by email to reviews@boundarycommittee.org.uk or by letter to
Review Manager (Norfolk Review)
The Boundary Committee for England
Trevelyan House
Great Peter Street
London SW1P 2HW

The final proposals are to be submitted to the Secretary of State before 15th July 2009.
 


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