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List of London Assembly constituencies

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Greater London

is divided into fourteen territorial constituencies for London Assembly elections, each returning one member. The electoral system used is Additional Member System without an overhang and there are, therefore, a fixed number of eleven additional members elected from a party list.

As of 2007 the fourteen single member constituencies are as follows:

Constituency Boroughs 2012 electorate Party
1 Barnet and Camden Barnet and Camden 395,385 Labour
2 Bexley and Bromley Bexley and Bromley 415,613 Conservative
3 Brent and Harrow Brent and Harrow 389,809 Labour
4 City and East Barking and Dagenham, City, Newham, Tower Hamlets 507,691 Labour
5 Croydon and Sutton Croydon and Sutton 402,511 Conservative
6 Ealing and Hillingdon Ealing and Hillingdon 440,428 Labour
7 Enfield and Haringey Enfield and Haringey 383,831 Labour
8 Greenwich and Lewisham Greenwich and Lewisham 358,308 Labour
9 Havering and Redbridge Havering and Redbridge 391,743 Conservative
10 Lambeth and Southwark Lambeth and Southwark 420,107 Labour
11 Merton and Wandsworth Merton and Wandsworth 378,091 Conservative
12 North East Hackney, Islington, Waltham Forest 497,332 Labour
13 South West Hounslow, Kingston, Richmond 438,908 Conservative
14 West Central Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea, Westminster 376,472 Conservative

See also

External links

  • London Assembly constituency information - official GLA site
  • Boundary Committee for England (designed the constituencies)
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