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Havering and Redbridge is a territorial constituency represented on the London Assembly
London Assembly
by one assembly member (AM). The constituency was created in 2000 at the same time as the London Assembly
London Assembly
and has elections every four years. It consists of the combined area of the London Borough of Havering
London Borough of Havering
and the London Borough of Redbridge. The current assembly member is Keith Prince
Keith Prince
of the Conservative Party who was first elected in 2016.

Contents

1 Boundaries 2 Assembly members 3 Election results 4 References

Boundaries[edit] It consists of the combined area of the London Borough of Havering
London Borough of Havering
and London Borough of Redbridge
London Borough of Redbridge
in Greater London. Assembly members[edit]

Year Member Party

2000 Roger Evans Conservative

2016 Keith Prince Conservative

Election results[edit]

London Assembly
London Assembly
election, 2016: Havering and Redbridge[1]

Party Candidate Votes % ±

Conservative Keith Prince 64,483 37.7 +0.1

Labour Ivana Bartoletti 63,045 36.9 +2.1

UKIP Lawrence Webb 26,788 15.7 +9.0

Green Lee Burkwood 9,617 5.6 +1.9

Liberal Democrat Ian Sanderson 7,105 4.1 -0.4

Majority 1,438 0.8 -1.9

Total formal votes 171,038 99 +0.4

Informal votes 1768 1 -0.4

Turnout 172,806 45 +8.1

London Assembly
London Assembly
election, 2012: Havering and Redbridge[2]

Party Candidate Votes % ±

Conservative Roger Evans 53,285 37.6 -10.1

Labour Mandy Richards 49,346 34.8 +13.3

UKIP Lawrence Webb 9,471 6.7 -0.7

Residents' Association of London Malvin Brown 8,239 5.8 N/A

Liberal Democrat Farrukh Islam 6,435 4.5 -3.0

BNP Robert Taylor 5,234 3.7 N/A

Green Haroon Said 5,207 3.7 -1.9

English Democrat Mark Twiddy 2,573 1.8 -2.1

National Front Richard Edmonds 1,936 1.4 N/A

Majority 3,939 2.7 -22.9

Total formal votes 141,726 98.6

Informal votes 1,993 1.4

Turnout 143,759 36.9 -8.6

London Assembly
London Assembly
election, 2008: Havering and Redbridge[3]

Party Candidate Votes % ±

Conservative Roger Evans 78,493 46.7 +13.1

Labour Balvinder Saund 35,468 21.1 –0.6

Liberal Democrat Farrukh Islam 12,443 7.4 –6.8

UKIP Lawrence Webb 12,203 7.3 –6.9

Green Ashley Gunstock 9,126 5.4 +0.7

English Democrat Leo Brookes 6,487 3.9 N/A

Christian (Christian Peoples) Paula Warren 5,533 3.3 +1.0

Independent Peter Thorogood 3,450 2.1 +0.9

Left List Carole Vincent 1,473 0.9 N/A

Majority 43,025 25.6 +12.7

Turnout 167,922 45.5 +8.6

Conservative hold Swing

London Assembly
London Assembly
election, 2004: Havering and Redbridge[4]

Party Candidate Votes % ±

Conservative Roger Evans 44,723 34.6 –3.0

Labour Keith Darvill 28,017 21.7 –8.3

UKIP Lawrence Webb 18,297 14.2 N/A

Liberal Democrat Matthew Lake 13,646 10.6 –2.3

Residents' Association of London Malvin Brown 6,925 5.4 –6.4

Green Ashley Gunstock 6,009 4.7 –1.6

Respect Abdurahman Jafar 5,185 4.0 N/A

Christian Peoples Juliet Hawkins 2,917 2.3 N/A

Third Way David Stephens 2,031 1.6 N/A

Independent Peter Thorogood 1,597 1.2 N/A

Majority 16,706 12.9 +5.4

Turnout 129,347 36.9 +6.1

Conservative hold Swing

London Assembly
London Assembly
election, 2000: Havering and Redbridge[5]

Party Candidate Votes % ±

Conservative Roger Evans 40,919 37.5 N/A

Labour Chris Robbins 32,650 30.0 N/A

Liberal Democrat Geoffrey Seeff 14,028 12.9 N/A

Havering Residents Association Ian Wilkes 12,831 11.8 N/A

Green Ashley Gunstock 6,803 6.2 N/A

London Socialist George Taylor 1,744 1.6 N/A

Majority 8,269 7.5 N/A

Turnout 108,975 30.8 N/A

Conservative hold Swing N/A

References[edit]

^ [1] ^ [2] ^ BBC Election 2008: results ^ Greater London
Greater London
Authority Election Results ^ London & Local Elections 2000: Havering and Redbridge, BBC News

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London Assembly

Territorial constituencies

Barnet and Camden Bexley and Bromley Brent and Harrow City and East Croydon and Sutton Ealing and Hillingdon Enfield and Haringey Greenwich and Lewisham Havering and Redbridge Lambeth and Southwark Merton and Wandsworth North East South West West Central

Elections

2000 2004 2008 2012 2016 2020

Voting system

Additional Member System

Political parties with seats

Current

Labour (12) Conservative (8) Green (2) UKIP (2) Lib Dem (1)

Former

BNP

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