The following elections are scheduled to take place in the next few years:
- Mayor of London and London Assembly elections - Thursday 2 May 2024
UK Parliamentary general elections
UK Parliamentary general elections are held every five years. As the last general election took place in December 2019, the next scheduled general election is due in 2024. However, a general election can be called at short notice anytime during a term of a government.
Mayor of London and London Assembly elections
The Mayoral and Assembly elections were scheduled to be held on 7 May 2020 but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the term was extended to five years, with elections being held in 2021. The newly elected will serve only a three year term until the next election to be held on Thursday 2 May 2024.
If you have already declared your intention to stand as a London Mayoral candidate or Assembly member next year (or are considering doing so), then attend the meeting for all prospective candidates and agents to discuss our preparations.
For more information about standing, visit London Elects.
Council ward by-elections
A council ward by-election is usually held if a casual vacancy becomes available during the 4-year term of elected councillors. This can be due to:
- the death of a councillor
- the resignation of a councillor
- a councillor being disqualified or no longer qualified to remain elected
Bullsmoor Ward by-election
View the Bullsmoor Ward by-election results.