المقاطعات التشريفية لإنگلترة

المقاطعات التشريفية لإنگلترة Ceremonial counties of England هي اسم جماعي للمناطق التي يُعيـَّن فيها نائب لورد. وقانونياً يُعرّفوا في قانون النائبيات 1997 بإسم المقاطعات والمناطق بغرض النائبيات في بريطانيا العظمى على النقيض من المناطق المستخدمة في الحكم المحلي

المقاطعات التشريفية لإنگلترة
Ceremonial counties (England)
تُعرف باسم:
المقاطعات الجغرافية
English ceremonial counties 1998.svg
التصنيفمناطق النائبيات
الموقعإنگلترة
التأسيسالمناطق
العدد48 (as of 2009)
عدد السكان8,000–8,167,000[1]
المساحة3–8,611 km²
الكثافة السكانية62–4,806/km²

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التاريخ

 
المقاطعات الاحتفالية قبل خلق لندن الكبرى في 1965 (تبين counties corporate كجزء من المقاطعات الرئيسية.)

The distinction between a county for purposes of the Lieutenancy and a county for administrative purposes is not a new one: in some cases a county corporate that was part of a county was appointed its own Lieutenant (although the Lieutenant of the containing county would often be appointed to this position as well), and the three Ridings of يوركشر had been treated as three counties for Lieutenancy purposes since the 17th century.


التعريف

يُعرِّف قانون النائبيات 1997 المقاطعات لأغراض lieutenancies in terms of local government areas created by the Local Government Act 1972 as amended. وبالرغم من أن المصطلح غير مستخدم في القانون، فإن تلك المقاطعات تُعرف أحياناً بإسم "المقاطعات الاحتفالية". Schedule 1, paragraphs 2–5[2] كما عـُدِّل[3] (most recently in 2009[4]):

مناطق النائبيات منذ 1997

هذه هي 48 مقاطعة لأغراض النائبية في إنگلترة، كم ا هي معرّفة حالياً:

مقاطعة لأغراض
النائبية
التعداد
(2018)[5][6]
Area Density Composition
Metropolitan and non-metropolitan
counties
or unitary authority areas
No. Rank (km2) (sq mi) Rank (/km2) (/sq mi) Rank
Bedfordshire 602,500 36th 1,235 1.329×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002488000000000000"|488 1,260 align="right" Bedford, Central Bedfordshire and Luton
Berkshire 836,300 26th 1,262 1.358×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002663000000000000"|663 1,720 align="right" Bracknell Forest, Reading, Slough, West Berkshire, Windsor and Maidenhead and Wokingham
Bristol 421,300 43rd 110 1.2×109 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7003384400000000000"|3,844 9,960 align="right" Bristol
Buckinghamshire 725,400 30th 1,874 2.017×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002387000000000000"|387 1,000 align="right" Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes
Cambridgeshire 769,100 28th 3,390 3.65×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002227000000000000"|227 590 align="right" Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
Cheshire 1,006,100 19th 2,343 2.522×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002429000000000000"|429 1,110 align="right" Cheshire East, Cheshire West and Chester, Halton, and Warrington
City of London[note 1] 7,900 48th 2.90 31,200,000 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7003272500000000000"|2,725 7,060 align="right" City of London
Cornwall 534,300 39th 3,563 3.835×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002150000000000000"|150 390 align="right" Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly
Cumbria 496,600 41st 6,767 7.284×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7001730000000000000"|73 190 align="right" Cumbria
Derbyshire 1,001,500 20th 2,625 2.826×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002382000000000000"|382 990 align="right" Derbyshire and Derby
Devon 1,141,600 11th 6,707 7.219×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002170000000000000"|170 440 align="right" Devon, Plymouth and Torbay
Dorset 710,500 32nd 2,653 2.856×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002268000000000000"|268 690 align="right" Dorset and Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole[7]
Durham 892,600 23rd 2,721 2.929×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002328000000000000"|328 850 align="right" County Durham, Darlington, Hartlepool and that part of Stockton-on-Tees north of the centre line of the River Tees
East Riding of Yorkshire 593,700 37th 2,479 2.668×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002239000000000000"|239 620 align="right" East Riding of Yorkshire and Kingston-upon-Hull
East Sussex 766,400 29th 1,791 1.928×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002428000000000000"|428 1,110 align="right" East Sussex and Brighton and Hove
Essex 1,712,200 6th 3,670 3.95×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002467000000000000"|467 1,210 align="right" Essex, Southend-on-Sea and Thurrock
Gloucestershire 840,200 25th 3,150 3.39×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002267000000000000"|267 690 align="right" Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire
Greater London 7,611,900 1st 1,569 1.689×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7003485100000000000"|4,851 12,560 align="right" The London boroughs
Greater Manchester 2,573,500 3rd 1,276 1.373×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7003201700000000000"|2,017 5,220 align="right" Greater Manchester
Hampshire 1,720,600 5th 3,769 4.057×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002457000000000000"|457 1,180 align="right" Hampshire, Portsmouth and Southampton
Herefordshire 179,300 45th 2,180 2.35×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7001820000000000000"|82 210 align="right" Herefordshire
Hertfordshire 1,078,400 14th 1,643 1.769×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002656000000000000"|656 1,700 align="right" Hertfordshire
Isle of Wight 140,200 46th 380 4.1×109 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002369000000000000"|369 960 align="right" Isle of Wight
Kent 1,660,100 7th 3,736 4.021×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002444000000000000"|444 1,150 align="right" Kent and Medway
Lancashire 1,451,700 8th 3,075 3.310×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002472000000000000"|472 1,220 align="right" Blackburn with Darwen, Blackpool and Lancashire
Leicestershire 940,500 21st 2,156 2.321×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002436000000000000"|436 1,130 align="right" Leicestershire and Leicester
Lincolnshire 1,016,600 18th 6,959 7.491×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002146000000000000"|146 380 align="right" Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire
Merseyside 1,347,800 9th 645 6.94×109 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7003209000000000000"|2,090 5,400 align="right" Merseyside
Norfolk 850,800 24th 5,371 5.781×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002158000000000000"|158 410 align="right" Norfolk
North Yorkshire 1,073,200 15th 8,608 9.266×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002125000000000000"|125 320 align="right" Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, Redcar and Cleveland, York and part of Stockton-on-Tees south of the centre line of the River Tees
Northamptonshire 685,000 33rd 2,364 2.545×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002290000000000000"|290 750 align="right" Northamptonshire
Northumberland 311,000 44th 5,013 5.396×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7001620000000000000"|62 160 align="right" Northumberland
Nottinghamshire 1,068,900 17th 2,159 2.324×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002495000000000000"|495 1,280 align="right" Nottinghamshire and Nottingham
Oxfordshire 639,700 35th 2,605 2.804×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002246000000000000"|246 640 align="right" Oxfordshire
Rutland 39,200 47th 382 4.11×109 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002103000000000000"|103 270 align="right" Rutland
Shropshire 454,900 42nd 3,488 3.754×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002130000000000000"|130 340 align="right" Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin
Somerset 912,900 22nd 4,170 4.49×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002219000000000000"|219 570 align="right" Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset and Somerset
South Yorkshire 1,305,900 10th 1,552 1.671×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002842000000000000"|842 2,180 align="right" South Yorkshire
Staffordshire 1,069,000 16th 2,714 2.921×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002394000000000000"|394 1,020 align="right" Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent
Suffolk 715,700 31st 3,800 4.1×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002188000000000000"|188 490 align="right" Suffolk
Surrey 1,109,700 12th 1,663 1.790×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002667000000000000"|667 1,730 align="right" Surrey
Tyne and Wear 1,093,400 13th 540 5.8×109 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7003202500000000000"|2,025 5,240 align="right" Tyne and Wear
Warwickshire 530,500 40th 1,975 2.126×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002269000000000000"|269 700 align="right" Warwickshire
West Midlands 2,619,500 2nd 902 9.71×109 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7003290500000000000"|2,905 7,520 align="right" West Midlands
West Sussex 781,600 27th 1,991 2.143×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002393000000000000"|393 1,020 align="right" West Sussex
West Yorkshire 2,200,500 4th 2,029 2.184×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7003108400000000000"|1,084 2,810 align="right" West Yorkshire
Wiltshire 648,400 34th 3,485 3.751×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002186000000000000"|186 480 align="right" Swindon and Wiltshire
Worcestershire 557,600 38th 1,741 1.874×1010 align="right" style="text-align:right;" data-sort-value="7002320000000000000"|320 830 align="right" Worcestershire


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مناطق النائبيات Lieutenancy في 1890

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References

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