Constituency committee

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In Birmingham, England, each council constituency is managed by a Constituency Committee, made up of all the councillors for the wards in that constituency.

Birmingham's ten Council constituencies were formally created as eleven "districts" on 5 April 2004, based on the existing parliamentary constituencies as part of a move to devolve responsibility for the management of local services away from the centre of Birmingham City Council, the largest such body in Europe.[1]

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  1. ^ Devolution in Birmingham