It is allocated on the basis of the electoral ward
or postcode in which the property is situated.
These include parts of Merseyside,depending on the electoral ward
So may I humbly suggest to Councillor Curtis that instead of spending his time publicising his monthly litter-picking campaign at Barry's West End beaches, he concentrates on his own electoral ward
of Gibbonsdown first?
SIR - Regarding 'Scots case boosts anti-tip campaign' (December 16) by Madeleine Brindley, as a parent who has lost a child from leukaemia, I was very interested in the disclosure of leukaemia statistics by electoral ward
But there are fears that releasing such information on an individual electoral ward
basis could identify the people involved, especially if they have been diagnosed with a rare form of the disease.
It has also become a rather misleading expression because disadvantaged areas are designated by electoral ward
Sir, - We read with concern the comments made by Mrs Ann Yorke concerning the electoral ward
boundary review (Post, Mar 18) and like her are 'outraged' at any suggestion the Harborne Ward should be amputated in the manner implied by the draft consultation maps displayed in Harborne Library.
Those wishing to move to Shrewsbury should avoid an electoral ward
with high infant mortality rates because that's where most suicides also occur.
In other words, it is a name which has been applied largely for electoral purposes (an electoral ward
has to be called something, after all).
A CITY pensioner is planning to write to the Boundary Commission to complain his Coventry home is in the wrong electoral ward
City councillors politically unrepresentative, remote and out of touch; electoral ward
boundaries too large and unfairly drawn; radical changes needed.
He said that by simply typing in a postcode users could find out the characteristics of an electoral ward
and even smaller ``output area'' covering a few streets and around 125 households.