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County Council Leicestershire County Council is the county council for the English non-metropolitan county of Leicestershire. It was originally formed in 1889 by the Local Government Act 1888 and is divided into 52 electoral divisions, which return a total of 55 councillors. The council is controlled by the Conservative Party. The leader of the county council is currently Nick Rushton, who was elected to the post in September 2012. The headquarters of the council is County Hall at Glenfield, just outside the city of Leicester. The County Council has five departments: • Corporate Resources (including property, finance, HR, communications, country parks and traded services) • Environment and Transport (including highways, transport and waste) • Adults and Communities (including adult social care, museums, libraries and adult learning) • Children and Young People's Services (including children's social care and school support) • Chief Executive's (including policy, democratic services, supporting Leicestershire families, youth offending service, trading standards, registration services, planning, legal services)
Published and promoted by Paul Mercer, 58A Wards End, Loughborough LE11 3HB
County Council Leicestershire County Council is the county council for the English non-metropolitan county of Leicestershire. It was originally formed in 1889 by the Local Government Act 1888 and is divided into 52 electoral divisions, which return a total of 55 councillors. The council is controlled by the Conservative Party. The leader of the county council is currently Nick Rushton, who was elected to the post in September 2012. The headquarters of the council is County Hall at Glenfield, just outside the city of Leicester. The County Council has five departments: • Corporate Resources (including property, finance, HR, communications, country parks and traded services) • Environment and Transport (including highways, transport and waste) • Adults and Communities (including adult social care, museums, libraries and adult learning) • Children and Young People's Services (including children's social care and school support) • Chief Executive's (including policy, democratic services, supporting Leicestershire families, youth offending service, trading standards, registration services, planning, legal services)
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