London local election results 2022: who won council and mayor elections in my area - as votes counted

A damaging night for the Conservatives in London.

The winners of votes have slowly been released after a long night of counting following the 2022 local elections.

Most of the winners of council and mayoral elections have now been announced, on a good night for Labour and the Lib Dems.

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Every single seat in London was available, with over 6,000 candidates vying for 1,817 seats in the capital.

It was the first local election since 2018, with the ‘partygate’ scandal and cost of living crisis very much on voters minds.

In London, Labour were hoping to build on their fantastic 2018 campaign, where they seized control of 21 out of the 32 boroughs.

Were there any surprises in London?

London threw up some huge surprises which should deeply concern the Conservative Party.

For the first time in its history, Westminster Council has turned Labour, which was not foreseen heading into these local elections.

It didn’t stop there for Labour, as they also turned Wandsworth red too, for the first time since 1978.

Barnet, which was also Conservative heading into the elections also voted for Labour, ending up in a devastating loss for Conservative party in these local elections.

Kingston upon Thames - New Malden Village ward:

The election in this ward in the borough of New Malden Village has been postponed.

“On the Kingston Council website they say: Kingston Council has learned of the sad news of the death of Mary Jean Clark, a local election candidate and Kingston resident.

“Ms Clark, who was due to stand in New Malden Village Ward as an independent candidate, was not a sitting councillor.

“In accordance with electoral law, the local election for New Malden Village Ward will now be postponed. Elections in all other wards in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames will continue as planned on Thursday 5 May.

“The election of councillors in New Malden Village Ward will take place within 35 days of the original date of election, which was 5 May. We will confirm a new timetable as soon as is practicable.

“As the election will no longer take place on 5 May any postal votes that have been received will not be counted and new postal votes will be sent once the new date has been set.”

Who won in London?

Below will be a link to each of the 32 boroughs in London, allowing you to see their results online.

Some boroughs will have their results readily available, and will be updated when results are released.

Times of the results (if available) will be specified, and if not, results are ready to view.

Bromley - Count not yet started

Croydon - Results expected at 2am on Saturday, 7 May 2022

Greenwich - Estimated time is 6pm, 6/5/22

Hackney - results expected 5pm Friday, mayoral result expected late morning/early afternoon -

Haringey - Results not yet declared

Harrow - Estimated results expected at 5pm, Friday 6 May 2022

Islington - Estimated declaration for 5pm on Friday, 6 May 2022

Kingston upon Thames - Count not yet started

Lambeth - Results not yet declared

Lewisham - results expected from 1pm onwards

Merton - Counting in progress some wards declared

Newham - Results not yet out

Tower Hamlets - mayor vote not out (expected Friday 6 May) - councillor results out Saturday, 7 May

Wandsworth - Results not yet out

Westminster - Results not yet out