At the instigation of Flintshire County Council, a Post-War Development Committee was formed in 1941 comprising representatives from all North Wales County councils "to consider how the County Councils should proceed to deal with questions of post-war reconstruction generally for the whole of North Wales including the arrangements regarding affiliation with the Industrial Development Council on the industrial aspect". Mr. Thomas Waterhouse (Flintshire) was appointed chairman and Mr. William Jones, Clerk of Anglesey County Council was appointed as secretary. It became the North Wales Development Council in February 1946. The last meeting of the Council took place in January 1955.
NORTH WALES DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
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