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Local Government Commission for England


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Local Government Commission for England

POWELL, (John) Geoffrey (1928 - 2005), Deputy Chairman, Local Government Boundary Commission for England, 1984–90

BURNS, Wilfred (1923 - 1984), Deputy Chairman and Member, Local Government Boundary Commission for England, since 1982

ELLERTON, Geoffrey (James) (1920 - 2005), Chairman, Local Government Boundary Commission for England, 1983–92

STUNGO, Adrian Paul (1940 - 1998), Chief Executive, Local Government Commission for England, since 1996

THOMAS, David Emrys (born 1935), management and personnel consultant, 1991–2001; Member, Local Government Commission for England, 1992–98

THORNTON, Robert Ribblesdale (1913 - 2006), DL; solicitor; Deputy Chairman, Local Government Boundary Commission for England, 1982 (Member, 1976–82)

ENNALS, Kenneth Frederick John (1932 - 1995), Member, Local Government Commission for England, since 1992; Deputy Secretary, Department of the Environment, 1980–87

MORRISON, Nicholas (Godfrey) (1918 - 1981), Chairman, Local Government Boundary Commission for England, since 1978; Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Scottish Office, 1973–78

CALLER, Maxwell Marshall (born 1951), Chair, Local Government Boundary Commission for England, since 2010 (Chair, Boundary Committee for England, 2007–10); Intervention Commissioner, London Borough of Tower Hamlets, since 2014

DEVONS, Ely (1913 - 1967), Professor of Economics, University of London, since 1965; Member (Part-time); of Local Government Commission for England, 1959–65; of Monopolies Commission, since 1966

 

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An advisory body established under the Local Government Act 1992. Its principal task was to consider the creation of unitary authorities in nonmetropolitan areas but it also carried out reviews of proposed boundary and electoral changes for local government. All its functions were transferred to the Electoral Commission on 1 April 2002 in terms of the Local Government Commission for England (Transfer of Functions) Order 2001 (SI 2001/3962).

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