2 edition of history of local government in Manchester found in the catalog.
history of local government in Manchester
|Statement||by Arthur Redford, assisted by Ina Stafford Russell.|
|Contributions||Russell, Ina Stafford.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 467p., 2 folded leaves :|
|Number of Pages||467|
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History of local government in Manchester. London, New York, Longmans Green  (OCoLC) Online version: Redford, Arthur. History of local government in Manchester. London, New York, Longmans Green  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Redford; Ina Stafford Russell.
In addition to these areas, in the Cheshire civil parishes of Baguley, Northenden and Northen Etchells were also added to the City of Manchester. Under the Local Government Actthe City of Manchester, with the addition of the civil parish of Ringway, became on 1 April one of the ten Metropolitan Boroughs of the newly created.
The Local Government Act reformed local government in England by creating a system of two-tier metropolitan and non-metropolitan counties and districts throughout the country.
The act formally established Greater Manchester as a metropolitan county on 1 Aprilalthough Greater Manchester County Council (GMCC) had been running since elections in Disbanded: 31 March A police force was established inbut not until did a charter of incorporation set up an elected council and a system of local government.
Manchester’s economic history during the second half of the 19th century was one of growth and diversification. Apr 05, · Manchester’s arts have always cross-pollinated, Gaskell visited the homes of local labourers, at times incorporating their words verbatim into the dialogue of her story.
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Manchester City Councils index of documents and pages organised within the following categories, Libraries, Archives and local history. Manchester Central Library Guide to Local Government Records m Chorlton-on-Medlock Town Hall mollycmorin.com The aim of this guide is to provide an introduction to the records held at Manchester Central Library for Manchester City Council and its predecessors and for the Greater Manchester Council.
Gervase Phillips from Manchester Metropolitan University is coming to speak to Tameside History Club about this interesting topic. His talk takes place on Wednesday, February 19, from 2pm at Tameside Local Studies and Archives Centre, Cotton Street, Ashton. To book your free place call or email [email protected] mollycmorin.com Nov 29, · He worked as a planner in the city for several years, developing a strong interest in Manchester and its rich history.
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Original language: English: Title of host publication: The Alternative Comprehensive Spending Review: Place of Publication: Manchester: Publisher: Manchester University Press.
Mar 03, · Manchester has a story that is no ordinary local history. Its life has been inextricably entwined with the rise and fall of the nation's fortunes and, tono small extent, those of the British Empire.
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The volume is .Jun 15, · The Manchester Development Company, with Callaway as its treasurer, was organized to sell building lots for $75 each to prospective residents. Byjust three years after incorporation, Manchester had become the largest city in the county, with .