Redbridge London Borough Council

Redbridge London Borough Council is the local authority for Redbridge in Greater London, England, and one of the capital's 32 borough councils. Redbridge is divided into 21 wards and elects 63 councillors. As of 6 May 2022, Redbridge Council comprises 55 Labour Party members, 5 Conservative Party members and three seats are vacant.[2] After alternating between Conservative administration and no overall control from its creation, the council has been run by the Labour Party since 2014.

Redbridge London Borough Council
Coat of arms or logo
Mayor of Redbridge
Thavathuray Jeyaranjan, Labour
since 30 May 2022
Leader of the Council
Jas Athwal, Labour
since 12 June 2014
Deputy Leader
Kam Rai, Labour
Leader of the Opposition
Paul Canal, Conservative
Chief executive
Andy Donald
since 17 November 2015
Seats63 councillors[1]
Political groups
Administration (58)
  •   Labour (58)

Opposition (5)

Joint committees
East London Waste Authority
First past the post
Last election
5 May 2022
Next election
Meeting place
Redbridge Town Hall

The council was created by the London Government Act 1963 and replaced four local authorities: Ilford Borough Council and Wanstead and Woodford Borough Council, with parts from Chigwell Urban District Council and Dagenham Borough Council.

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