Elections 2017

UK General Parliamentary Elections 2017

On 8 June 2017, there will be a general election for UK Parliament. Voters in each parliamentary constituency will elect a new Member of Parliament for their constituency.

More about General Elections (UK Parliament website)

Residents of Royal Greenwich vote in three constituencies: Eltham, Greenwich and Woolwich, and Erith and Thamesmead. You'll cast your votes at your polling station in Royal Greenwich as usual.

Residents of Abbey Wood, Plumstead or Thamesmead Moorings wards will receive polling cards from the London Borough of Bexley, which organises the election process for the Erith and Thamesmead constituency. London Borough of Bexley will also announce the Erith and Thamesmead results.

Find your polling station and other ways to vote


The candidates running for election have been announced.

Eltham constituency 

Eltham constituency election candidates
Name Party
John James Clarke British National Party 
Clive Stanley Efford Labour Party 
David Nicolas John Hall-Matthews Liberal Democrats 
Matt Hartley Conservative Party 

Statement of persons nominated for Greenwich and Woolwich constituency

Greenwich and Woolwich constituency

Greenwich and Woolwich constituency election candidates
Name Party
Chris Adams Liberal Democrats 
Caroline Louise Attfield Conservative Party 
Daniel Harry Garrun Green Party 
Matthew Thomas Pennycook Labour Party 

Statement of persons nominated for Eltham constituency

Erith and Thamesmead

Statement of persons nominated for Erith and Thamesmead constituency (Bexley Council website)

Election agents

An election agent is the person responsible for the conduct of a candidate's political campaign.

View the list of election agents for the:

Past election results

View other past election results - including the previous general election, as well as the European Union referendum.

Election documents

View the notices of election for the Eltham and Greenwich and Woolwich constituencies

Check Erith and Thamesmead constituency information (Bexley website)

Download maps of polling districts and stations