Latest News and Forthcoming Elections


Mayor of London and Greater London Authority (GLA) Election, 2 May 2024


The statement of persons nominated for the election for MAYOR of LONDON has been issued by the Returning Officer.  There are 13 candidates as follows:


Fahima ('Femy') AMIN                            (Animal Welfare Party)

Count BINFACE [Jonathan D. Harvey]     (Count Binface for Mayor)

Robert A. BLACKIE                                (Liberal Democrat)

Natalie D. CAMPBELL                             (Independent)

Howard COX                                         (Reform UK)

Amy GALLAGHER                                  (Social Democratic Party)

Zoe GARBETT                                       (Green Party)

Tarun GHULATI                                     (Independent)
Susan M. HALL                                     (Conservative Party)

Sadiq A. KHAN                                     (Labour Party)

Andreas C. MICHLI                               (Independent)

Brian B. ROSE                                      (London Real Party)

Nick SCANLON                                      (Britain First)


Note: Following the provisions of the Elections Act 2022, this election will use the 'First Past the Post' voting system. 


NoteIn accordance with the Greater London Election Rules 2007 and Rule 10 of the Mayoral Election Rules the nomination papers for Laurence J. Fox (The Reclaim Party) and Nikolas D. Omilana (Independent) were determined to be invalid by the Greater London Returning Officer under Rule 10(2) (a) and (b) because the candidates’ nomination papers were not subscribed as so required.​ 



The statement of persons nominated for the BRENT and HARROW GLA constituency has been issued by the Returning Officer.  There are five candidates as follows:


Nida AL-FULAIJ                                      (Green Party)

Stefan BUCOVINEANUL-VOLOSENIUC      (Conservative Party)

Krupesh J. HIRANI                                 (Labour/Co-operative Party)

Ian J. PRICE                                          (Reform UK)

Jonathan ('Jonny') SINGH                       (Liberal Democrat)



The statement of parties and individual candidates nominated for the additional (list) members of the Greater London Authority has been issued by the Returning Officer, and is available by clicking this link.


Boundary Commission for England: Final Proposals for New Parliamentary Constituencies


The Boundary Commission for England (BCE), published on 28 June 2023 their final recommendations for new Parliamentary constituencies in England.


Compared to the previous ("revised") proposals, Harrow would continue be to divided between a total of three constituencies: Harrow East, Harrow West, and Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner.


The only alteration concerned the wards from Hillingdon to be included in the Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner seat: Ruislip Manor ward was moved to the Uxbridge and South Ruislip constituency; Harefield Village ward was moved from Uxbridge and South Ruislip to replace it.



Harrow East  (76,299 electors)


Comprising: Belmont, Canons, Centenary, Edgware, Harrow Weald, Kenton East, Kenton West, Stanmore.  Plus the following ward from the LB of Brent: Queensbury.



Harrow West (74,060 electors)


Comprising: Greenhill, Harrow on the Hill, Headstone, Marlborough, North Harrow, Rayners Lane, Roxbourne, Roxeth, Wealdstone North, Wealdstone South, West Harrow.



Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner  (72,168 electors)


Comprising: Hatch End, Pinner, Pinner South.  Plus the following wards from the LB of Hillingdon: Eastcote, Harefield Village, Northwood, Northwood Hills, Ruislip.


Cllr. Phil O'Dell


In April 2023 Cllr. O'Dell's membership of the Labour Group was suspended to allow an (unspecified) investigation to take place.  This changed the composition of the Council to:


Conservative Party   31 

Labour Party   23

Independent   1


1964-1977 Pages: Updated


A revised edition of Harrow Votes: The London Borough of Harrow, 1964-1977, has been published and can be accessed from the 1964-1977 section of this website.


Borough Council Election, 5 May 2022


Following the election the Conservative Party won 31 seats and the Labour Party won 24 seats, thus bringing gain of control to the Conservative Party.


Results are now ready to be viewed in the 2022 section of this website.  For the results as presented by Harrow Council, readers are directed to their results page here