London Boroughs 1966 onwards

The London boroughs are the units of local government that provide council services for London. They were created in 1965 as part of the local government reorganisation that also created the Greater London Council.

The 32 London boroughs were formed by merging London's 28 smaller metropolitan boroughs together with parts of former county and urban districts. All 32 of London's boroughs have a separate entry on this site, which you can find by following one of the links below. The only area not covered by the London borough system is the City of London, which has its own separate local authority - the Corporation of London.

The 32 London Boroughs:

Barking and Dagenham

Barnet

Bexley

Brent

Bromley

Camden

City of Westminster

Croydon

Ealing

Enfield

Greenwich

Hackney

Hammersmith and Fulham

Haringey

Harrow

Havering

Hillingdon

Hounslow

Islington

Kensington and Chelsea

Kingston upon Thames

Lambeth

Lewisham

Merton

Newham

Redbridge

Richmond upon Thames

Southwark

Sutton

Tower Hamlets

Waltham Forest

Wandsworth

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