Blaby is a nearby authorities district in Leicestershire, England. The district is called after Blaby, a rural region. The populace of the district on the 2011 census changed to 93,915. It covers the civil parish of Blaby and 23 others. Much of the district is a part of the Leicester Urban Area. There are plans to increase this city region considerably via a huge-scale housing improvement with the rural parish of Lubbesthorpe and enlargement of the economic region withinside the neighbouring parish of Enderby. Blaby became represented in Parliament using the previous Exchequer Chancellor, Nigel Lawson, between 1974 and 1992.
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