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KENT'S FOURTEEN DISTRICTS AGREE ON RE-ORGANISATION SOLUTION

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The 14 councils which form the Kent Association of District Councils agreed on Friday that the best opportunity for...
The 14 councils which form the Kent Association of District Councils agreed on Friday that the best opportunity for achieving a county-wide solution to the local government review is a 'seven unitary option', based on a merger on existing districts.

At the meeting with the local government commission earlier this month, it was stated to both the district councils and the county council that the option was to be found which was between four and eight unitary authorities. The two tier system which now exists is not an option.

Final work will now proceed for the detailed plans and recommendations which have to be submitted to the commission on February 25.
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