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NEW COUNCILLOR NUMBERS IN SCOTLAND - FULL TABLE

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The following table (on the next screens) shows the numbers of councillors in the new single-tier authorities. The ...
The following table (on the next screens) shows the numbers of councillors in the new single-tier authorities. The first elections to the new councils will be held on 6 April 1995.

In light of the consultation exercise, the original proposals were amended in the following areas:-

Consultative Final

Borders 27 58 Dumfries and Galloway 35 70 Fife 46 92 Highland 66 72 North Lanarkshire 68 69 New mainland council area Number of electoral wards

City of Aberdeen 50 Aberdeenshire 47 Angus 26 Argyll and Bute 33 East Ayrshire 30 North Ayrshire 30 South Ayrshire 25 The Borders 58 Clackmannan 12 Dumbarton and Clydebank 22 Dumfries and Galloway 70 East Dumbartonshire 26 City of Dundee 36 New mainland council area Number of electoral wards

City of Edinburgh 58 Falkirk 36 Fife 92 City of Glasgow 83 Highland 72 Inverclyde 20 North Lanarkshire 69 South Lanarkshire 74 East Lothian 18 Midlothian 15 West Lothian 27 Moray 18 Perthshire and Kinross 32 New mainland council area Number of electoral wards

East Renfrewshire 20 Renfrewshire 40 Stirling 22

TOTAL 1,161

Number of existing district wards = 1,158 Number of existing regional electoral divisions = 453

The above figures exclude the 84 council seats in the three islands councils which are already organised on a single-tier basis.

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