Are there high level administration relationships in Ordnance Survey data derived from the Boundary-Line™ product?

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Are there high level administration relationships in Ordnance Survey data derived from the Boundary-Line™ product?

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In England; A County (CTY) is divided into Districts (DIS) which is divided into District Wards (DIW). For voting purposes a County is divided into Electoral Divisions (CED) Unitary Authorities (UTA) are, for voting purposes, divided into Unitary Authority Wards (UTW) – except in the Isle of Wight, where it is the Unitary Authority Electoral Division (UTE) England also has Metropolitan Districts (MTD); these have no County administration. These Districts are divided for voting purposes into Metropolitan District Wards (MTW). With the introduction of the regional government for London, in this document called the Greater London Authority (GLA); the proportional representation voting area for this new administration is the Greater London Authority Assembly Constituency (LAC). The existing London Borough (LBO) structure also has a relationship with the new Greater London Authority and each London Borough is divided for voting purposes into London Borough Wards (LBW). In Scotland; Unitary

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