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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › County_townCounty town - Wikipedia

    (Note: not all headquarters are or were called County Halls or Shire Halls e.g.: Cumbria County Council's HQ up until 2016 was called The Courts and have since moved to Cumbria House.) Before 1974 many of the county halls were located in towns and cities that had the status of a county borough i.e.: a borough outside of the county council's jurisdiction.

  2. The 2021 London mayoral election was held on 6 May 2021 to elect the mayor of London. It was held simultaneously with elections for the London Assembly , other local elections across England and Wales , and devolved elections in Scotland and Wales .

  3. Later, Surrey County Council used St Anne's as a Home for the Aged. In 1973 it became a home for the homeless, but closed in 1975 after being damaged by fire, and was demolished in 1987, to be replaced by housing. The construction, to the east of Redhill, of the M23 motorway between 1972 and 1975 reduced north–south traffic through the town.

  4. Liverpool Local Election Result 1973 Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/− Labour: 42 4 16 -12 42% 36% 117,749

  5. Since its creation in 1918, East Surrey has elected a Conservative MP on an absolute majority (over 50% of the vote) at every general election, and is therefore regarded as a Conservative safe seat. Its greatest share of the vote for any opposition candidate was 33.75% in February 1974.

  6. In Surrey County Council, 4 of the 81 councillors are elected by Ashford in whole or in part: Ashford is represented by a Conservative councillor, as is Staines South and Ashford West; Sunbury Common and Ashford Common is also represented by a Conservative councillor, and part of north Ashford is in the division of Stanwell and Stanwell Moor, represented by Robert Evans, a Labour Councillor.

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › EssexEssex - Wikipedia

    The county council governs the non-metropolitan county of Essex in England. It has 75 councillors, elected from 70 divisions, some of which elect more than one member, but before 1965, the number of councillors reached over 100. The council is currently controlled by the Conservative Party. The council meets at County Hall in the centre of ...