- Municipal Borough of Aylesbury
Aylesbury Geography Status Urban district (1894–1917)
Municipal borough (1917–1974)
1911 area 3,288 acres (13.3 km2) 1961 area 3,594 acres (14.5 km2) History Created 1894 Abolished 1974 Succeeded by Aylesbury Vale Demography 1901 population 9,243 1971 population 40,542
Aylesbury was, from 1894 to 1974, a local government district in Buckinghamshire, England. It was incorporated as a municipal borough in 1917.
The urban district took over the responsibilities of the disbanded Aylesbury Local Board District. The district contained the whole of the town and civil parish of Aylesbury. In 1917 the town was granted municipal borough status under the Municipal Corporations Act 1882.
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