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Detailed Property Data for East Riding of Yorkshire, UK

The East Riding of Yorkshire is one of the three historic subdivisions of Yorkshire, England, along with the West Riding and the North Riding and rom 1889 to 1974 it was also an administrative county. It did not include the Hull district or the area east of the River Ouse both of which were placed in Humberside when that county was created in 1974. Today it has level 1 status for council representation purposes and comprises three unitary authority districts, Bridlington, Kingston upon Hull and Scarborough; and two boroughs, Harrogate and Selby, which are part of North Yorkshire (a non-metropolitan county).

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Cities in East Riding of Yorkshire