Your Parliament and assembly representatives
Your MP and GLA representatives
MPs: Your members of parliament
The Royal Borough of Kingston contains one complete parliamentary constituency - Kingston and Surbiton - and shares another - Richmond Park - with the neighbouring borough of Richmond upon Thames.
The two members of parliament (MPs) representing residents in the borough are:
You can find out which constituency you live in by searching by your postcode at parliament.uk.
GLA: Mayor of London and the London Assembly
London Assembly Members
There are 25 London Assembly Members. There is one member for Hounslow, Kingston upon Thames and Richmond upon Thames. You can see the full list of members on london.gov.uk.
Nick Rogers is the GLA representative for Hounslow, Kingston upon Thames and Richmond upon Thames.
The Mayor and Assembly are responsible for many aspects of your everyday life in London including transport, policing, the environment, housing and economic development.
The Mayor of London’s job ranges from developing policies to setting budgets and championing London around the world – all in line with their vision, and in the interests of London.
The Assembly Members hold the Mayor to account by examining their decisions and actions to ensure they deliver on their promises to Londoners. They act as the eyes and ears of Londoners at City Hall. Assembly Members also champion Londoners’ concerns by investigating important issues and pressing for changes to national, mayoral or local policy.