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Royal Commission on Local government in Greater London, 1957-60.

Great Britain. Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London.

Royal Commission on Local government in Greater London, 1957-60.

by Great Britain. Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London.

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  The Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London thought Epsom & Ewell should be part of Greater London. So did the Government. The local residents had other ideas. The Lancet THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON THE METROPOLITAN WATER-SUPPLY. (Concluded from p. ) local authorities which supply water and which LEAD POISONING IN THE POTTERY DISTRICTS. exist to the number of 18 in Greater London or the parts of Water London outside Greater London. Sir Alexander Binnie thought that the metropolitan councils would.

Terms of reference and membership. The commission was appointed on 7 June , with the following terms of reference: ".to consider the structure of Local Government in England, outside Greater London, in relation to its existing functions; and to make recommendations for authorities and boundaries, and for functions and their division, having regard to the size and character of areas in. Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London. Memoranda of evidence from Government departments. London, H.M. Stationery Off., (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Great Britain. Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater.

The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Great Britain. Royal Commission on Labour. Books from the extended shelves: Great Britain. Royal Commission on Labour: The agricultural labourer [Assistant commissioners' reports] Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty (London, H. M. Stationery Off., by Eyre and Spottiswoode, ), also by William C Little and . In states that are Commonwealth Realms a Royal Commission is a major government public inquiry into an important issue. They have been held in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Kenya and Saudi Hong Kong, Ireland and South Africa, they are called a Commission of Enquiry or Commission of Inquiry. A Royal Commissioner has a lot of power, more than those of a .


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The Report of the Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London, –60, (Cmnd. ) was published on 19 October The recommendations in the unanimous report were: The establishment of a Regional Council for Greater London.

1957-60. book council was to be entirely elected, with one member for each parliamentary constituency. Great Britain. Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London.

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Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v Chairman: Herbert,E.S. Report, memoranda of evidence from Government. Great Britain. Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London. Report.

London, H.M. Stationery Off., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Great Britain. Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London.

OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages and portfolio (12 folded maps, some color) The Commission was appointed by Royal Warrant on 31 Mayto consider, under the chairmanship of The Rt. Hon. Lord Redcliffe-Maud, GCB, CBE, the structure of local government in England, outside Greater London, in relation to its existing functions; and to make recommendations for authorities and boundaries and for functions and their division, having regard to the size and character.

The Report of the Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London. Sharpe. This summary of the Report was prepared by Mr. Sharpe, of the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Search for more papers by this author. Sharpe. Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London –, Report, Cmnd (). Google Scholar Welsh Office, Local Government in Wales, Cmnd (). Abstract. In Decembera full-scale Royal Commission was convened to assess a widespread economic malaise in the British Caribbean.

It was the first comprehensive investigative commission to deal with the British Caribbean in its entirety since Inthe metropolitan county councils and Greater London were abolished under the Local Government Act This restored autonomy (in effect the old county borough status) to the metropolitan and London boroughs.

While the abolition of the Greater London Council was highly controversial, the abolition of the MCCs was less so. It was not long later, inafter the Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London, that almost all of Middlesex became incorporated into Greater London, with the remaining areas absorbed by surrounding counties.

In a Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London had been set up under Sir Edwin Herbert, and this reported inrecommending the creation of 52 new London boroughs as the basis for local government.

Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London (–60), also known as the Herbert Commission, which made recommendations for the overhaul of the administration of the capital that were implemented in a modified form by the London Government Act ; Royal Commission on the Press (–62) Royal Commission on the Police ().

Plans concerning London County Council Architect's Department's involvement in the Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London, plan accompanying evidence by the Town Planning Institute, () 1" to 1 mile scale Ordnance Survey plans of Greater London with marginal annotations, ().

A Royal Commission on Local Government in England was set up in and reported inand broadly recommended the complete redrawing of local government areas in England, abandoning the existing counties. Due to a change in government, the report did not translate into legislation.

On 1 Aprilthe Local Government Act came into. Royal Commission on the Remuneration of Doctors and Dentists: 3: Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London: 3: Royal Commission on the Police: 3: Royal Commission on the Press: 1: Royal Commission on the Penal System in England and Wales: Wound up in N/A: The Royal Commission on the Constitution, also referred to as the Kilbrandon Commission (initially the Crowther Commission) or Kilbrandon Report, was a long-running royal commission set up by Harold Wilson's Labour government to examine the structures of the constitution of the United Kingdom and the British Islands and the government of its constituent countries, and to consider whether any.

The London Government Act (c. 33) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, which recognised officially the conurbation known as Greater London and created a new local government structure for the capital.

The Act significantly reduced the number of local government districts in the area, resulting in local authorities responsible for larger areas and populations. Government on a local basis has been a part of Britain’s administrative system since Saxon times, but the modern system of local government dates only from the nineteenth century.

To deal with the acute social and economic problems brought about by the agrarian and industrial revolutions a number of ad hoc authorities were created.

The Royal Commission on London Government, also known as the Ullswater Commission, was a Royal Commission which considered the case for amendments to the local government arrangements in the County of London and its environs.

The commission was chaired by Viscount Ullswater, appointed in Octoberand reported in The inquiry was described as an "unmitigated. In testimony to the Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London (), she argued for administrative structures that corresponded to socially-defined areas rather than imposing a top-down model for the capital.The Royal Commission on University Education in London was appointed early in to inquire into the working 6f the present organisation of the Uni- versity of London and into other facilities for advanced education (general, professional, and technical) existing in London for persons of either sex above secondary school age; to consider what.Royal Commission on Local Government in England (), Report, (London: HMSO).

Google Scholar Royal Commission on Long Term Care (), With Respect to Old Age: long term care - rights and responsibilities, (London: The Stationery Office).