Municipal Borough of Pudsey

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Pudsey
Area
 - 1911 2,399 acres (9.71 km2)
 - 1961 5,323 acres (21.54 km2)
History
 - Origin Pudsey parish
 - Created 1894
 - Abolished 1974
Status Local Government District (1872 - 1894)
Urban district (1894 - 1900)
Municipal borough (after 1900)

Pudsey was a local government district in Yorkshire, West Riding from 1872 to 1974 around the town of Pudsey, covering Farsley, Calverley, Stanningley, Swinnow and Rodley.

A local board formed for the parish of Pudsey in 1872. It became an urban district in 1894 and gained the status of municipal borough in 1900.[1]

In 1937 it absorbed Calverley Urban District (2106 acres) and Farsley Urban District (821 acres).

It was abolished in 1974 and its former area became part of the City of Leeds, a metropolitan borough of West Yorkshire.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Great Britain Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Pudsey UD/MB. Retrieved on 2009-09-26.

Coordinates: 53°47′55″N 1°40′13″E / 53.798522°N 1.670292°E / 53.798522; 1.670292