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NUTS: 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
Greater Manchester North
Lancashire Blackburn with Darwen
Blackpool
Lancashire CC
Merseyside East Merseyside
Liverpool
Sefton
The Wirral
These 14 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 Manchester
Salford
Stockport
Tameside
Trafford
Greater Manchester North Bolton
Bury
Oldham
Rochdale
Wigan
Blackburn with Darwen Blackburn with Darwen
Blackpool Blackpool
Lancashire CC Burnley
Chorley
Fylde
Hyndburn
Lancaster
Pendle
Preston
Ribble Valley
Rossendale
South Ribble
West Lancashire
Wyre
East Merseyside Knowsley
St Helens
Halton
Liverpool Liverpool
Sefton Sefton
The Wirral Wirral

 

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