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Section 1.

SCHEDULE 1E+W The London Boroughs

Part I E+W

Areas etc. of the London boroughsE+W

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Reference number of London boroughArea by reference to existing administrative areasInitial number of councillors on Greater London Council
1The metropolitan boroughs of Westminster, Paddington and St. Marylebone.4
2The metropolitan boroughs of Hampstead, Holborn and St. Pancras.3
3The metropolitan boroughs of Finsbury and Islington.3
4The metropolitan boroughs of Hackney, Shoreditch and Stoke Newington.3
5The metropolitan boroughs of Bethnal Green, Poplar and Stepney.2
6The metropolitan borough of Greenwich and so much of the metropolitan borough of Woolwich as lies south of the boundary referred to in paragraph 1 of Part II of this Schedule.3
7The metropolitan boroughs of Deptford and Lewisham.4
8The metropolitan boroughs of Bermondsey, Camberwell and Southwark.4
9The metropolitan borough of Lambeth and so much of the metropolitan borough of Wandsworth as lies east of the boundary referred to in paragraph 2 of Part II of this Schedule.4
10The metropolitan borough of Battersea and so much of the metropolitan borough of Wandsworth as lies west of the boundary referred to in paragraph 2 of Part II of this Schedule.4
11The metropolitan boroughs of Fulham and Hammersmith.3
12The metropolitan boroughs of Chelsea and Kensington.3
13The boroughs of Chingford, Leyton and Walthamstow.3.
14The borough of Ilford, the borough of Wanstead and Woodford, so much of the borough of Dagenham as lies north of the boundary referred to in paragraph 3 of Part II of this Schedule, and so much of the urban district of Chigwell as lies south of the boundary referred to in paragraph 4 of the said Part II.3
15The borough of Romford and the urban district of Hornchurch.3
16So much of the borough of Barking as lies east of the boundary referred to in paragraph 5 of Part II of this Schedule, and so much of the borough of Dagenham as lies south of the boundary referred to in paragraph 3 of the said Part II.2
17The county boroughs of East Ham and West Ham, so much of the borough of Barking as lies west of the boundary referred to in paragraph 5 of Part II of this Schedule and so much of the metropolitan borough of Woolwich as lies north of the boundary referred to in paragraph 1 of the said Part II.3
18The boroughs of Bexley and Erith, the urban district of Crayford, and so much of the urban district of Chislehurst and Sidcup as lies north of the boundary referred to in paragraph 6 of Part II of this Schedule.3
19The boroughs of Beckenham and Bromley, the urban districts of Orpington and Penge, and so much of the urban district of Chislehurst and Sidcup as lies south of the boundary referred to in paragraph 6 of Part II of this Schedule.4
20The county borough of Croydon and the urban district of Coulsdon and Purley.4
21The borough of Beddington and Wallington, the borough of Sutton and Cheam and the urban district of Carshalton.2
22The boroughs of Mitcham and Wimbledon and the urban district of Merton and Morden.2
23The borough of Kingston-upon-Thames, the borough of Malden and Coombe and the borough of Surbiton.2
24The boroughs of Barnes, Richmond and Twickenham.2
25The borough of Brentford and Chiswick, the borough of Heston and Isleworth, and the urban district of Feltham.3
26The borough of Uxbridge, the urban district of Hayes and Harlington, the urban district of Ruislip-Northwood, and the urban district of Yiewsley and West Drayton.3
27The boroughs of Acton, Ealing and Southall4
28The boroughs of Wembley and Willesden4
29The borough of Harrow3
30The boroughs of Finchley and Hendon, and the urban districts of Barnet, East Barnet and Friern Barnet.44
31The boroughs of Hornsey, Tottenham and Wood Green.3
32The boroughs of Edmonton, Enfield and Southgate.3

Part II E+W

Definition of certain boundariesE+W

1The boundary between the London boroughs numbered 6 and 17 respectively in Part I of this Schedule in the existing metropolitan borough of Woolwich shall be the line for the time being of the centre of the navigable channel of the River Thames at low water.E+W

2The boundary between the London boroughs numbered 9 and 10 respectively in the said Part I in the existing metropolitan borough of Wandsworth shall be such as the Minister may by order determine on or near the general line of Hazelbourne Road, Cavendish Road, the railway between Balham and Streatham Common stations and the railway between Streatham and Mitcham Junction stations.E+W

3The boundary between the London boroughs numbered 14 and 16 respectively in the said Part I in the existing borough of Dagenham shall be such as the Minister may by order determine on or near the general line of Billet Road.E+W

4The boundary of the London borough numbered 14 in the said Part I in the existing urban district of Chigwell shall be a line beginning where the eastern boundary of the railway from Ilford to Woodford crosses the existing urban district boundary and running northwards along that eastern boundary to the southern edge of the footway on the south side of Manor Road, thence north-eastwards along that southern edge to the eastern boundary of No. 251 Manor Road, thence south-eastwards along that eastern boundary and in a straight line in continuation thereof to the northern boundary of the London county council’s Hainault estate, thence north-eastwards along that northern boundary to the western edge of the footway on the western side of Romford Road, and thence south-eastwards along that western edge to the point where it crosses the existing urban district boundary.E+W

5The boundary between the London boroughs numbered 16 and 17 respectively in the said Part I in the existing borough of Barking shall be such as the Minister may by order determine on or near the general line of the River Roding and Barking Creek.E+W

6The boundary between the London boroughs numbered 18 and 19 respectively in the said Part I in the existing urban district of Chislehurst and Sidcup shall be such as the Minister may by order determine on or near the general line of route A.20.E+W

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