Medway Elects
Chatham and Aylesford

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Map shows wards in Medway only. Chatham & Aylesford also includes some wards outside of Medway. Click on the map to see which party won the most recent Council election in each ward in Chatham and Aylesford.

Member of Parliament

Chatham and Aylesford is currently represented in the House of Commons by:

Tracey Crouch
  6 May 2010 -

Former Members of Parliament

The following Members of Parliament have also represented Chatham and Aylesford since 1997:

Jonathan Shaw
  1 May 1997 - 6 May 2010

Election History for Chatham and Aylesford (1997 to Present)

General election
12 December 2019

General election
8 June 2017

General election
7 May 2015

General election
6 May 2010

General election
5 May 2005

General election
7 June 2001

General election
1 May 1997

To view the results for each election, click on the election date above.

Vote Share

Boundaries (2010 to Present)

      Chatham Central
      Lordswood and Capstone
      Luton and Wayfield
      Princes Park
      Walderslade

Chatham & Aylesford includes the Borough of Tonbridge and Malling wards of Aylesford, Blue Bell Hill and Walderslade, Burham, Eccles and Wouldham, Ditton, Larkfield North, Larkfield South, Snodland East, and Snodland West.

Boundaries (1997 to 2010)

Chatham & Aylseford included the City of Rochester-upon-Medway wards of Holcombe, Horsted, Lordswood, Luton, Walderslade, Wayfield, and Weedswood, and the Borough of Tonbridge and Malling wards of Aylesford, Blue Bell Hill, Burham, Eccles and Wouldham, Ditton, Larkfield North, Larkfield South, Snodland East, and Snodland West.

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The Local Government Boundary Commission for England are currently reviewing Medway's ward boundaries. The new boundaries are expected to increase the number of councillors in Medway from 55 to 59 and will be introduced for the next elections to Medway council in 2023. They have launched a public consultation for residents and organisations in Medway to help them decide where the boundaries should be drawn. The consultation is open until 2 March 2020, with draft recommendations due to be published in June 2020. You can have your say on the new boundaries by clicking the button below, which will take you to the Local Government Boundary Commission for England's consultation.

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