Greenwich and Lewisham (London Assembly constituency)

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Greenwich and Lewisham
Territorial constituency for the London Assembly
Greenwich and Lewisham shown within London.PNG
Greenwich and Lewisham shown within London
Created2000 (2000)
Number of membersOne
MemberLen Duvall
PartyLabour
Last election2016
Next election2021

Greenwich and Lewisham is a constituency represented in the London Assembly.

It consists of the combined area of the Royal Borough of Greenwich and the London Borough of Lewisham.

Overlapping constituencies[edit]

In elections to Westminster it is traditionally a strong Labour-voting area, with all constituencies returning Labour MPs. Greenwich and Lewisham contains all of the following UK Parliament constituencies:

Additionally, it contains part of the following two constituencies:

Assembly Members[edit]

Year Member Party
2000 Len Duvall Labour

Mayoral election results[edit]

Below are the results for the candidate which received the highest share of the popular vote in the constituency at each mayoral election.

Year Member Party
2000 Ken Livingstone Independent
2004 Ken Livingstone Labour
2008 Ken Livingstone Labour
2012 Ken Livingstone Labour
2016 Sadiq Khan Labour
2021 Sadiq Khan Labour

Assembly election results[edit]

2021 London Assembly election: Greenwich and Lewisham [1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Len Duvall 82,048 48.3 -4.2
Conservative Charlie Davis 38,889 22.9 +4.0
Green Rosamund Adoo-Kissi-Debrah 30,808 18.1 +5.5
Liberal Democrats Chris Annous 12,744 7.5 +0.6
Reform UK Edward Apostolides 3,689 2.2 New
Independent Tan Bui 1,851 1.1 New
Majority 43,159 25.4 -8.2
Total formal votes 170,029
Informal votes 2,597
Turnout 172,626
Labour hold Swing -4.3
2016 London Assembly election: Greenwich and Lewisham[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Len Duvall 85,753 52.5 +2.9
Conservative Adam Thomas 30,480 18.9 -1.8
Green Imogen Solly 20,520 12.6 +3.2
UKIP Paul Oakley 13,686 8.4 +4.6
Liberal Democrats Julia Fletcher 11,303 6.9 -0.2
All People's Party Josephine Bangura 1,275 0.8 New
Majority 54,895 33.6 +4.7
Total formal votes 163,359 99.1 +0.5
Informal votes 1538 0.9 -0.5
Turnout 164,897 45,9 +7.7
Labour hold Swing
2012 London Assembly election: Greenwich and Lewisham[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Len Duvall 65,366 49.6 +13.4
Conservative Alex Wilson 27,329 20.7 -4.5
Green Roger Sedgley 12,427 9.4 -1.2
Liberal Democrats John Russell 9,393 7.1 -5.3
People Before Profit Barbara Raymond 6,873 5.2 New
UKIP Paul Oakley 4,997 3.8 +1.1
BNP Roberta Woods 3,551 2.7 New
National Front Tess Culnane 1,816 1.4 -4.4
Majority 38,037 28.9 +17.9
Total formal votes 131,752 98.6
Informal votes 1,907 1.4
Turnout 133,659 37.2 -5.8
Labour hold Swing
2008 London Assembly election: Greenwich and Lewisham[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Len Duvall 53,174 36.2 +2.9
Conservative Andy Jennings 37,040 25.2 +4.8
Liberal Democrats Brian Robson 18,174 12.4 –5.2
Green Sue Luxton 15,607 10.6 +0.2
National Front Tess Culnane 8,509 5.8 New
Christian (CPA) Stephen Hammond 5,079 3.5 +0.2
UKIP Arnold Tarling 3,910 2.7 –9.7
Left List Jennifer Jones 2,045 1.4 New
English Democrat Joanna Munilla 1,716 1.2 New
Socialist Alternative Chris Flood 1,587 1.1 New
Majority 16,134 11.0 –1.9
Turnout 149,238 43.0 +10.0
Labour hold Swing –1.0
2004 London Assembly election: Greenwich and Lewisham[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Len Duvall 36,251 33.3 –9.3
Conservative Gareth Bacon 22,168 20.4 –3.2
Liberal Democrats Alexander Feakes 19,183 17.6 +0.4
UKIP Timothy Reynolds 13,454 12.4 New
Green Susan Luxton 11,271 10.4 –2.1
CPA Stephen Hammond 3,619 3.3 New
Respect Ian Page 2,825 2.6 New
Majority 14,083 12.9 –6.1
Turnout 108,771 33.0 +4.0
Labour hold Swing
2000 London Assembly election: Greenwich and Lewisham[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Len Duvall 40,386 42.6 N/A
Conservative Rhodri Harris 22,401 23.6 N/A
Liberal Democrats David Buxton 16,290 17.2 N/A
Green Terry Liddle 11,839 12.5 N/A
London Socialist Ian Page 3,981 4.2 N/A
Majority 17,985 19.0 N/A
Turnout 94,697 29.0 N/A
Labour win (new seat)

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1][dead link]
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  4. ^ "BBC NEWS | Election 2008 | London Elections: Greenwich & Lewisham". news.bbc.co.uk.
  5. ^ Greater London Authority Election Results
  6. ^ London & Local Elections 2000: Greenwich and Lewisham, BBC News