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List Of Government Departments, Their Agencies And Their Ministers In Northern Ireland - Local and Sub-regional Government - Local Authorities
... Antrim Borough Council Ards Borough Council Armagh City and District Council Ballymena Borough Council Ballymoney Borough Council Banbridge District Council ...
Municipal Borough Of Heywood - Borough Council
... The borough council was initially composed of a mayor, eighteen councillors and six aldermen ... The borough was divided into three wards, with six councillors and two aldermen returned for each ward ... The first town council was controlled by the Liberal Party, with Conservatives forming an opposition group ...
Capita Symonds - History
... In 2001/2 they formed strategic partnerships with Cumbria County Council, Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council and four Welsh local authorities ... Strategic partnerships were formed with Salford City Council, Southampton City Council, Swindon Borough Council and Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council ...
List Of Former Municipal Bus Companies Of The United Kingdom - Former UK Local Authority-owned Bus Companies
... Barrow Borough Transport Following the operation's failure in May 1989, services were replaced by Stagecoach ... acquired the business of Blackburn Transport from Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council and integrated it with its Lancashire United subsidiary ... on 17 December 2005 for £15m, after the Liberal Democrat-controlled borough council decided that it could not satisfactorily invest in the company itself ...
Scout Moor Wind Farm - History
... on 9 September 2003 representatives of the group attended a meeting of the Metropolitan Borough of Bury's, Ramsbottom and Tottington Area Board to oppose the plans ... Although Bury Metropolitan Borough Council supported the proposal, objections were raised by Lancashire County Council, Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council and Rossendale Borough ...

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