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London Residuary Body

The London Residuary Body was a body set up in 1985 to excercise the functions of Greater London Council after the council's abolition in 1986. Similar residuary bodies were set up for the metropolitan counties.

It functioned as a successor to the Inner London Education Authority for a while, and disposed of various assets owned by the County Council, including County Hall.

It was wound up in 1992.