Graphic showing political control of London's constituencies following the 2024 General Election.

Image credit: BBC

London has seen a major political shift overnight with a sea of red sweeping across the Capital with the new governing party returning 59 MPs in London. With this influx of new MPs comes changing dynamics across London’s constituencies and boroughs.

  • We have seen dramatic results with Labour winning a slew of seats with shifts including Chelsea & Fulham, Chipping Barnet, Cities of London & Westminster, Finchley and Golders Green, Bexleyheath and Crayford, and Uxbridge and South Ruislip.
  • The Liberal Democrats won Wimbledon, Carshalton and Wallington, and Sutton and Cheam to extend their representation to six seats.
  • The Conservatives held on in nine constituencies, all in outer London, including Chingford and Woodford Green, Harrow East, Croydon South, and Bromley and Biggin Hill.

As part of our post-election insights, we have provided our clients with exclusive and fully navigational borough-by-borough analysis across all 33 individual London local authorities, and what the local election shifts mean for the built environment sector.

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