2022 Havering London Borough Council election

The 2022 Havering London Borough Council election is currently taking place as of 5 May 2022. All 55 members of Havering London Borough Council will be elected. The elections will take place alongside local elections in the other London boroughs and elections to local authorities across the United Kingdom.

2022 Havering Council election
 2018 5 May 2022 2026 

All 55 council seats
  First party Second party
Leader Damian White Ray Morgon
Party Conservative Havering Residents Association
Last election 25 seats, 37.1% 17 seats, 28.4%
Seats won 23 20
Seat change Decrease 2 Increase1
Popular vote 57,193 66,248
Percentage 33.1% 38.4%
Swing Decrease 9.4% Increase10.0%

  Third party Fourth party
Leader Keith Darvill Jeffrey Tucker
Party Labour Independent Residents Group
Last election 5 seats, 20.6% 3 seats, 3.4%
Seats won 9 3
Seat change Increase4 Steady0
Popular vote 38,512 5,892
Percentage 22.3% 3.4%
Swing Increase1.7% Steady0.0%

Map of the results of the 2022 Havering London Borough Council election. Conservatives in blue, Havering Residents Association in dark green, Independent Residents Group in grey, Labour in red.

council control before election

No Overall Control

Subsequent council control

No Overall Control

In the previous election in 2018, the council remained under no overall control. The Conservatives were the largest party, winning 25 out of the 55 seats with the Havering Residents Association forming the principal opposition with 17 of the remaining seats. The 2022 election will take place under new election boundaries, which will increase the number of councillors to 55.

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