New parish and town councils in urban areas, Mark Bevan, 2003

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    Centre for Housing Policy, University of York 2003
    First published 2003 by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation ISBN 1 84263 122 5

    ....This report sets out the results of a research project to monitor the establishment of a new urban parish council in Blakelaw and North Fenham, Newcastle upon Tyne. The report also draws on the experiences of three other areas to illustrate the processes involved in trying to establish new local councils in urban areas and to compare them with the experiences of residents in Blakelaw and North Fenham. In one case, Headland Town Council in Hartlepool was established two years before in 1999. In contrast, Offerton Estate Parish Council, Stockport was established in 2002. The fourth area was in Headingley, Leeds and comprised a community group that was in the process of trying to establish a parish council in its area. All four areas were classed as non-rural according to the Countryside Agency’s Ward Level Definition of Rural Areas 1998...

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    Centre for Housing Policy, University of York
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