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North West (England)

The Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS) is a hierarchical classification of administrative areas, used across the European Union (EU) for statistical purposes.

North West (England) is one of 12 NUTS 1 areas in the UK.

The table below shows the breakdown into NUTS 2 and 3 and LAU (local administrative unit) 1 areas.

 

NUTS 2 areas in North West (England):

Cumbria
Cheshire
Greater Manchester
Lancashire
Merseyside

 

These five NUTS 2 areas are divided into the following NUTS 3 areas:

Cumbria

West Cumbria
East Cumbria

Cheshire

Warrington
Cheshire East
Cheshire West and Chester

Greater Manchester

Greater Manchester South East

Greater Manchester South West

Greater Manchester North East
Greater Manchester North West

Manchester

Lancashire

Blackburn with Darwen

Blackpool

Chorley and West Lancashire

East Lancashire

Mid Lancashire

Lancaster and Wyre

Merseyside

East Merseyside
Liverpool
Sefton
Wirral

These NUTS 3 areas are divided into the following LAU 1 areas:

West Cumbria

Allerdale
Barrow-in-Furness
Copeland

East Cumbria

Carlisle
Eden
South Lakeland

Warrington

Warrington

Cheshire East

Cheshire East

Cheshire West and Chester

Cheshire West and Chester

Greater Manchester South East

Stockport
Tameside

Greater Manchester South West

Salford

Trafford

Greater Manchester North East

Rochdale

Oldham

Bury

Greater Manchester North West

Bolton

Wigan

Manchester

Manchester

Blackburn with Darwen

Blackburn with Darwen

Blackpool

Blackpool

Chorley and West Lancashire

Chorley

West Lancashire

East Lancashire

Burnley

Hyndburn

Pendle

Rossendale

Mid Lancashire

Fylde

Preston

Ribble Valley

South Ribble

Lancaster and Wyre

Lancaster

Wyre

East Merseyside

Knowsley
St Helens
Halton

Liverpool

Liverpool

Sefton

Sefton

Wirral

Wirral

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