List of Acts of The Parliament of The United Kingdom, 1980–1999 - 1980 – 1989 - 1985 - Local Acts

Local Acts

  • Alexandra Park and Palace Act 1985 c. xxiii
  • Associated British Ports Act 1985 c. xviii
  • Associated British Ports (Ports of Ayr) Order Confirmation Act 1985 c. xxxv
  • Bath City Council Act 1985 c. xiv
  • Birmingham City Council Act 1985 c. xli
  • Bournemouth Borough Council Act 1985 c. v
  • British Railways (Trowse Bridge) Act 1985 c. xxx
  • Cambridge City Council Act 1985 c. xl
  • Church of Scotland Trust (Amendment) Order Confirmation Act 1985 c. xxxvi
  • Clwyd County Council Act 1985 c. xliv
  • C-Poultry Company Act 1985 c. xxiv
  • Dartmoor Commons Act 1985 c. xxxvii
  • Durham City Council Act 1985 c. xxix
  • East Lothian District Council (Musselburgh Links, &c.) Order Confirmation Act 1985 c. xxxi
  • Fraserburgh Harbour (No. 2) Order Confirmation Act 1985 c. xlvi
  • Fraserburgh Harbour (No. 3) Order Confirmation Act 1985 c. xlvii
  • Fraserburgh Harbour Order Confirmation Act 1985 c. xlv
  • Glensanda Harbour Order Confirmation Act 1985 c. x
  • Gosport Borough Council Act 1985 c. vii
  • Greater London Council (Money) Act 1985 c. xxvi
  • Greater Manchester Act 1985 c. xii
  • Harrogate Stray Act 1985 c. xxii
  • Hastings Pier Act 1985 c. xxxiii
  • Hereford City Council Act 1985 c. xlii
  • Highland Region (Kinlochbervie) Order Confirmation Act 1985 c. ii
  • King's College, London Act 1985 c. xvi
  • Leicestershire Act 1985 c. xvii
  • Lerwick Harbour Order Confirmation Act 1985 c. iv
  • Lincoln City Council Act 1985 c. xxxviii
  • Lloyds Bank (Merger) Act 1985 c. ix
  • London Docklands Railway Act 1985 c. vi
  • London Transport (Tower Hill) Act 1985 c. i
  • Luton Borough Council Act 1985 c. xi
  • Merseyside Development Corporation Act 1985 c. xxxix
  • National Bank of New Zealand Limited Act 1985 c. viii
  • Nottinghamshire County Council Act 1985 c. xv
  • Nottinghamshire County Council (Superannuation) Act 1985 c. xix
  • Okehampton Bypass (Confirmation of Orders) Act 1985 c. xlviii
  • Oxfordshire Act 1985 c. xxxiv
  • Plymouth Marine Events Base Act 1985 c. xxv
  • Royal Bank of Scotland Act 1985 c. xiii
  • Royal Holloway and Bedford New College Act 1985 c. xx
  • Scarborough Borough Council Act 1985 c. xxviii
  • Shetlands Islands Council (Omnibus Services) Order Confirmation Act 1985 c. xxvii
  • Shetlands Islands Council Order Confirmation Act 1985 c. xxxii
  • Streatham Park Cemetery Act 1985 c. xxi
  • Surrey Act 1985 c. iii
  • Worcester City Council Act 1985 c. xliii

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