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NEW APPOINTMENTS TO THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOUNDARY COMMISSION FOR SCOTLAND

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Former Highland Council deputy chief executive Brian Wilson has been appointed deputy chairman of the Local Governm...
Former Highland Council deputy chief executive Brian Wilson has been appointed deputy chairman of the Local Government Boundary Commission for Scotland.

Hugh Begg, Reporter with the Scottish Executive Inquiry Reporters Unit and former Dean in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at Dundee University, and Iseabel Glen, retired Principal Teacher of Geography, Hamilton College, both join the commission as members.

All three appointments will be for a period of four years from 1 October 1999.

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1. The Local Government Boundary Commission is an advisory non-departmental body constituted under the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973. Its primary task is to make proposals to ministers for effecting changes in local government administrative and electoral areas, which appear to be desirable in the interests of effective and convenient local government.

2. Appointments to the commission are on a part time basis. The chairman of the commission is Lord Osborne. The other existing member is Elspeth Graham.

3. These posts were filled through open advertisement using the procedures laid down by the commissioner for Public Appointments.

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