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Abolition of the Greater London Council

HARINGEY.

Abolition of the Greater London Council

Haringey"s comments on the White Paper "Streamlining the Cities (Cmnd. 9063).

by HARINGEY.

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Published by Borough of Haringey .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination18p.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm. Contents: The abolition proposals --The evolution of metropolitan government --The GLC: two decades of experience --Metropolitan county councils: the first ten years --The future of metropolitan Title. London Councils awards more than £6m in grants for worthy projects across capital. Find out more here. Pan-London Grants Programme for The Chair of the London Councils Grants Committee, Mayor Philp Glanville, has launched a consultation asking for views about a new four year pan-Lo. Grants Programme Online Directory.

Similarly the London Boroughs and the City of London Corporation assumed their current powers and status following the abolition of the Greater London Council that year. The first 47 unitary authorities in the English shires were created in tranches during the mid to late s following the process undertaken by the Local Government Act. After Abolition: Britain and the Slave Trade Since (Library of International Relations) by Marika Sherwood | 23 Feb out of 5 stars 2.

History. The Inner London Education Authority was established when the Greater London Council (GLC) replaced the London County Council as the principal local authority for London in The LCC had taken over responsibility for education in Inner London from the London School Board in In what was to become Outer London, education was primarily administered by the relevant county.   John O'Farrell's book from which Dorian has taken the above quote is a good, easy-to-read account of what it was like to be a Labour Party activist during the s (one word sums it up: depressing).The abolition of the Greater London Council was just another example of Thatcher's apparent supreme power in Britain in , and one I personally remember very clearly.


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Abolition of the Greater London Council by HARINGEY. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The “residuary body” which he will head is designed to wind up the GLC’s affairs over the five years following abolition of the council which the Government has scheduled for. Buy Abolition or Reform?: Greater London Council and the Metropolitan County Councils (Local government briefings) by Flynn, Norman, Leach, Steve, Vielba, Carol A.

(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Norman Flynn, Steve Leach, Carol A. Vielba. Abolition of The Greater London Council and The Metropolitan County Councils: the Government's proposals for transferring functions to London borough and metropolitan districts.

London (2 Marsham St., SW1P 3EB): Department of the Environment. After its abolition, London was left as the only major city in the world without a central administrative body. Most of the powers of the GLC were given to the London boroughs. Some powers, such as the fire service, were taken over by joint boards made up of councillors appointed by the boroughs - see waste authorities in Greater London for an.

§Mr. Tony Banks. asked the Secretary of State for the Environment in the event of the Greater London council being abolished, what statutory obligations of the Greater London council to renovate transferred housing are currently expected to remain uncompleted on the date of the proposed abolition; to which authorities will they be devolved; and what is the current expected cost for each.

Greater London Council abolished Thousands of people have taken part in festivities to mark the historic final hours of 97 years of local rule in London. A throng ofpeople have gathered on the South Bank in London, home to the Greater London Council, which will not exist from midnight tonight.

This article examines the views of the Conservatives in London local government, and Conservative and Labour councillors outside London, during the abolition of the Greater London Council - (GLC.

The London County Council and the Need for a County Hall County Hall was hailed as the 'Hôtel de Ville' of London in when it was officially opened by King George V and Queen Mary. For over sixty years it was the tangible expression of metropolitan government for Londoners of all political persuasions.

The most obvious legacy is the Greater London Authority, the system of an elected mayor and assembly created by Tony Blair's government after a referendum in The Greater London Council (GLC) was the top-tier local government administrative body for Greater London from to It replaced the earlier London County Council (LCC) which had covered a much smaller area.

The GLC was dissolved in by the Local Government Act and its powers were devolved to the London boroughs and other entities. The Local Government Act provided for the abolition of the Greater London Council and the six Metropolitan County Councils on 1st April, The Act deals with the transfer of those functions currently exercised by the Greater London Council and the Metropolitan County Councils to existing authorities namely the Local Council of each London Borough and Metropolitan District.

Cabinet, 13th June SUMMARY 1. Following the abolition of the Greater London Council inthe London Pension Fund Authority (LPFA) was established to take over specific functions of the. An Act to abolish the Greater London Council and the metropolitan county councils; to transfer their functions to the local authorities in their areas and, in some cases, to other bodies; and to provide for other matters consequential on, or connected with, the abolition of those councils.

The Inner London Education Authority (ILEA) was an ad hoc local education authority for the City of London and the 12 Inner London boroughs from until its abolition in The authority was reconstituted as a directly elected body corporate on 1 April History.

The Inner London Education Authority was established when the Greater London Council (GLC) replaced the London County. 52 Power to transfer staff. E+W (1) This section applies to any person who— (a) immediately before the abolition date is in the service of the Greater London Council or a metropolitan county council (in this section referred to as his “employing council”) under a contract of employment which would have continued but for the abolition of that council; and.

Ken Livingstone, dubbed 'Red Ken' by the press, orders a huge fireworks display to mark final days of Labour controlled Greater London Council John Cunningham Tue 1. Topsy (left) and Little Eva, characters from Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin (–52); lithograph by Louisa Corbaux, Louisa Corbaux/Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

(LC-USZC) One of the most important and useful means that has been employed by abolitionists is the written word. Freepersons across the globe Missing: Greater London Council. He entered local politics as a Labour Party councillor in he was elected as a member of the London County Council representing Holborn and St Pancras South until the county council's abolition.

He became a member of the Greater London Council (GLC) that replaced the London County Council. On the GLC he represented Camden The whole saga around the Greater London Council in the early 80s doesn’t exactly cover Margaret Thatcher in glory. It’s arguably the worst example of her political centralising tendencies.

Inthe GLC had switched from Labour to Conservative control – under the flamboyant Sir Horace Cutler. Francis Ernest Herman Bennett (5 November February ) was a barrister and Conservative Party politician. He represented Hampstead on the London County Council from He was awarded the CBE in the Birthday Honours for "political and public services in London".

Following the abolition of the London County Council he was an alderman on the successor Greater London Council. Abolition of The Greater London Council and The Metropolitan County Councils: the Government's proposals for transferring functions to London borough and metropolitan districts by Great Britain (Book).§Mr.

Heddle. asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what information he has as to the number of mortgages the Greater London council has currently effected and the current value of the Greater London council mortgage book; and what he proposes for the Greater London council mortgage book upon abolition.John Wilson (born c.

) was a Labour Party member of the Greater London Council from May until the council was abolished in He was Chief Whip of the Labour group in when Ken Livingstone resigned from the GLC to force a by-election aimed at showing the popularity of the GLC. Wilson acted as Leader of the GLC while Livingstone was not a member.