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BcfeBillions of Cubic Feet Equivalent (Per Day; Gas Exploration)
BcfeBallyfermot College of Further Education (Dublin, Ireland)
BcfeBoard Certified Forensic Examiner
BcfeBoundary Committee for England
BcfeBoston Coalition for Freedom of Expression (est. 1990; Massachusetts)
BcfeBroadcast Control Functional Entity
BcfeBureau Conseil du Financement de l'Energie (French: Office of the Council of Energy Funding)
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People can take part by writing to the Boundary Committee for England, Trevelyan House, Great Peter Street, London SW1P 2HW or e-mail reviews@boundarycommittee.
Cllr Longden said: "The name Stockingford will be removed from the electoral register if the Boundary Committee for England has its way.
The Boundary Committee for England which recognised the error in 2010 had no powers to correct it.
Archie Gall, director, Boundary Committee for England
To have your say, write to: The Review Officer (Cheshire East and Cheshire West & Chester), The Boundary Committee for England, Trevelyan House, 30 Great Peter Street, London, SW1P 2HW, or email reviews@ boundary committee.
Its address is: The Boundary Committee for England, Trevelyan House, Great Peter Street, London SW1P 2HW or e-mail: reviews@boundarycommittee.
The Boundary Committee for England is carrying out a review of areas served by two-tier local government in Yorkshire and Humberside, the North-east, and the North West.
The Boundary Committee for England announced proposed changes to wards in Liverpool, Knowsley, Wirral, St Helens and Sefton.
The Boundary Committee for England has started a second round of public consultation on future arrangements for the county's new unitary council.
The letter was clearly prompted by a report from the Boundary Committee for England, which is currently carrying out a consultation exercise on its recommendations for Unitary Local Government in Cheshire.
Boundary Review: the Boundary Committee for England has published its final recommendations for the new wards in North Tyneside that will come into effect in June 2004.
The recommendations of the Boundary Committee for England will be passed on to the Deputy Prime Minister's Office before the county's 500,000 residents are balloted next year on one of two options should a regional assembly be elected.