|NUTS 1 regions of England|
|Number||9 (as at 2010)|
|leaders' board (8)|
|elected assembly (1)|
|Additional status||European Parliament constituency|
|City and London borough|
The Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS) is a geocode standard for referencing the subdivisions of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland for statistical purposes. The NUTS code for the UK is UK and there are 12 first level regions within the State. As a country of the UK, there are 9 such regions in England. The standard is developed and regulated by the European Union (EU). The NUTS standard is instrumental in delivering the EU's Structural Funds. A hierarchy of three levels is established by Eurostat. The sub-structure corresponds to administrative divisions within the country. Formerly, the further NUTS divisions (IV and V) existed; these have now been replaced by Local Administrative Units (LAU-1 and LAU-2 respoectively). Between 1994 and 2011, the nine regions had an administrative role in the implementation of UK Government policy, and as the areas covered by (mostly indirectly) elected bodies.
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List of regions
- UKC. North East England
- UKD. North West England
- UKE. Yorkshire and the Humber
- UKF. East Midlands
- UKG. West Midlands
- UKH. East of England
- UKI. Greater London
- UKJ. South East England
- UKK. South West England
The Greater London region is coterminous with the administrative area of Greater London, which has a directly elected Mayor and Assembly. The other eight regions have Local authority leaders' boards, which have limited powers and functions delegated by Central Government departments, with members appointed by local government bodies. These boards replaced indirectly elected regional assemblies, which were established in 1994 and undertook a range of co-ordinating, lobbying, scrutiny and strategic planning functions until their abolition.
Sub-structure of the regions
Each region of England is divided into a range of metropolitan and non-metropolitan counties. For NUTS purposes, these subdivisions are formally known as NUTS levels 2 and 3.
- London region is divided into
- London boroughs (NUTS 2)
- All other regions are divided into
- Regions of England
- Historical and alternative regions of England
- List of articles about local government in the United Kingdom
- Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics
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