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ORDNANCE SURVEY CHARTS THE CHANGE

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A map illustrating the extent of the latest reform of local government is re-produced in The Daily Telegraph (p10)....
A map illustrating the extent of the latest reform of local government is re-produced in The Daily Telegraph (p10).

The map, prepared by Ordnance Survey, shows how most of the administrative boundaries will look next April.

It includes cities and towns which will become self- contained administrative units and also provides a glimpse of into the past by showing the historic county boundaries as they existed after the last big reform in 1879, The Telegraph says.

'It is amazing how much change there has been. Hardly an administrative county remains in its original form after a sequence of reorganisations over several decades,' says Roger Jeans, of Ordnance Survey.
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