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Chingford
Chingford
was a local government district in south west Essex, England from 1894 to 1965, around the town of Chingford. It was within the London suburbs, forming part of the London postal district
London postal district
and Metropolitan Police District. Its former area now corresponds to the northern part of the London Borough of Waltham Forest
London Borough of Waltham Forest
in Greater London.

Contents

1 Background and formation 2 District and borough 3 Abolition 4 References

Background and formation[edit] The ancient parish of Chingford
Chingford
formed part of the Waltham hundred of Essex.[1] It was included in the Metropolitan Police District
Metropolitan Police District
in 1840 and from 1875 it formed part of the Epping Rural Sanitary District. In 1894 it became an urban district. District and borough[edit] Under a county review order in 1934, a small part of Waltham Holy Cross Urban District was transferred to Chingford. It gained the status of municipal borough in 1938. Abolition[edit] The Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London
Greater London
considered the borough for inclusion in Greater London
Greater London
in 1960 and subsequently it was abolished by the London Government Act 1963. Its former area was transferred to Greater London
Greater London
from Essex
Essex
and was combined with the Municipal Borough of Walthamstow
Municipal Borough of Walthamstow
and the Municipal Borough of Leyton to form the present-day London Borough of Waltham Forest. References[edit]

^ Great Britain Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Chingford parish. Retrieved 22 July 2009.[permanent dead link]

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Local government districts abolished or transferred by the London Government Act 1963

London

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Battersea Bermondsey Bethnal Green Camberwell Chelsea Deptford Finsbury Fulham Greenwich Hackney Hammersmith Hampstead Holborn Islington Kensington Lambeth Lewisham Paddington Poplar Shoreditch Southwark St. Marylebone St. Pancras Stepney Stoke Newington Wandsworth Westminster Woolwich

Constituent parts of Greater London

Essex

Barking Chigwell (part) Chingford Dagenham East Ham Hornchurch Ilford Leyton Romford Walthamstow Wanstead and Woodford West Ham

Hertfordshire

Barnet East Barnet

Middlesex, CC

Acton Brentford and Chiswick Ealing Edmonton Enfield Feltham Finchley Friern Barnet Harrow Hayes and Harlington Hendon Heston and Isleworth Hornsey Ruislip-Northwood Southall Southgate Tottenham Twickenham Uxbridge Wembley Willesden Wood Green Yiewsley and West Drayton

Kent

Beckenham Bexley Bromley Chislehurst and Sidcup Crayford Erith Orpington Penge

Surrey

Barnes Beddington and Wallington Carshalton Coulsdon and Purley Croydon Kingston-upon-Thames Malden and Coombe Merton and Morden Mitcham Sutton and Cheam Surbiton Richmond Wimbledon

Transfers

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Hertfordshire: Potters Bar

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Surrey: Staines Sunbury-on-Thames

Coordinates: 51°37′47″N 0°00′02″E / 51.6298°N 0.0006°E

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Chingford
Chingford
was a local government district in south west Essex, England from 1894 to 1965, around the town of Chingford. It was within the London suburbs, forming part of the London postal district
London postal district
and Metropolitan Police District. Its former area now corresponds to the northern part of the London Borough of Waltham Forest
London Borough of Waltham Forest
in Greater London.

Contents

1 Background and formation 2 District and borough 3 Abolition 4 References

Background and formation[edit] The ancient parish of Chingford
Chingford
formed part of the Waltham hundred of Essex.[1] It was included in the Metropolitan Police District
Metropolitan Police District
in 1840 and from 1875 it formed part of the Epping Rural Sanitary District. In 1894 it became an urban district. District and borough[edit] Under a county review order in 1934, a small part of Waltham Holy Cross Urban District was transferred to Chingford. It gained the status of municipal borough in 1938. Abolition[edit] The Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London
Greater London
considered the borough for inclusion in Greater London
Greater London
in 1960 and subsequently it was abolished by the London Government Act 1963. Its former area was transferred to Greater London
Greater London
from Essex
Essex
and was combined with the Municipal Borough of Walthamstow
Municipal Borough of Walthamstow
and the Municipal Borough of Leyton to form the present-day London Borough of Waltham Forest. References[edit]

^ Great Britain Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Chingford parish. Retrieved 22 July 2009.[permanent dead link]

v t e

Local government districts abolished or transferred by the London Government Act 1963

London

CC

Battersea Bermondsey Bethnal Green Camberwell Chelsea Deptford Finsbury Fulham Greenwich Hackney Hammersmith Hampstead Holborn Islington Kensington Lambeth Lewisham Paddington Poplar Shoreditch Southwark St. Marylebone St. Pancras Stepney Stoke Newington Wandsworth Westminster Woolwich

Constituent parts of Greater London

Essex

Barking Chigwell (part) Chingford Dagenham East Ham Hornchurch Ilford Leyton Romford Walthamstow Wanstead and Woodford West Ham

Hertfordshire

Barnet East Barnet

Middlesex, CC

Acton Brentford and Chiswick Ealing Edmonton Enfield Feltham Finchley Friern Barnet Harrow Hayes and Harlington Hendon Heston and Isleworth Hornsey Ruislip-Northwood Southall Southgate Tottenham Twickenham Uxbridge Wembley Willesden Wood Green Yiewsley and West Drayton

Kent

Beckenham Bexley Bromley Chislehurst and Sidcup Crayford Erith Orpington Penge

Surrey

Barnes Beddington and Wallington Carshalton Coulsdon and Purley Croydon Kingston-upon-Thames Malden and Coombe Merton and Morden Mitcham Sutton and Cheam Surbiton Richmond Wimbledon

Transfers

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Hertfordshire: Potters Bar

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Surrey: Staines Sunbury-on-Thames

Coordinates: 51°37′47″N 0°00′02″E / 51.6298°N 0.0006°E

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Chingford
Chingford
was a local government district in south west Essex, England from 1894 to 1965, around the town of Chingford. It was within the London suburbs, forming part of the London postal district
London postal district
and Metropolitan Police District. Its former area now corresponds to the northern part of the London Borough of Waltham Forest
London Borough of Waltham Forest
in Greater London.

Contents

1 Background and formation 2 District and borough 3 Abolition 4 References

Background and formation[edit] The ancient parish of Chingford
Chingford
formed part of the Waltham hundred of Essex.[1] It was included in the Metropolitan Police District
Metropolitan Police District
in 1840 and from 1875 it formed part of the Epping Rural Sanitary District. In 1894 it became an urban district. District and borough[edit] Under a county review order in 1934, a small part of Waltham Holy Cross Urban District was transferred to Chingford. It gained the status of municipal borough in 1938. Abolition[edit] The Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London
Greater London
considered the borough for inclusion in Greater London
Greater London
in 1960 and subsequently it was abolished by the London Government Act 1963. Its former area was transferred to Greater London
Greater London
from Essex
Essex
and was combined with the Municipal Borough of Walthamstow
Municipal Borough of Walthamstow
and the Municipal Borough of Leyton to form the present-day London Borough of Waltham Forest. References[edit]

^ Great Britain Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Chingford parish. Retrieved 22 July 2009.[permanent dead link]

v t e

Local government districts abolished or transferred by the London Government Act 1963

London

CC

Battersea Bermondsey Bethnal Green Camberwell Chelsea Deptford Finsbury Fulham Greenwich Hackney Hammersmith Hampstead Holborn Islington Kensington Lambeth Lewisham Paddington Poplar Shoreditch Southwark St. Marylebone St. Pancras Stepney Stoke Newington Wandsworth Westminster Woolwich

Constituent parts of Greater London

Essex

Barking Chigwell (part) Chingford Dagenham East Ham Hornchurch Ilford Leyton Romford Walthamstow Wanstead and Woodford West Ham

Hertfordshire

Barnet East Barnet

Middlesex, CC

Acton Brentford and Chiswick Ealing Edmonton Enfield Feltham Finchley Friern Barnet Harrow Hayes and Harlington Hendon Heston and Isleworth Hornsey Ruislip-Northwood Southall Southgate Tottenham Twickenham Uxbridge Wembley Willesden Wood Green Yiewsley and West Drayton

Kent

Beckenham Bexley Bromley Chislehurst and Sidcup Crayford Erith Orpington Penge

Surrey

Barnes Beddington and Wallington Carshalton Coulsdon and Purley Croydon Kingston-upon-Thames Malden and Coombe Merton and Morden Mitcham Sutton and Cheam Surbiton Richmond Wimbledon

Transfers

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Hertfordshire: Potters Bar

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Surrey: Staines Sunbury-on-Thames

Coordinates: 51°37′47″N 0°00′02″E / 51.6298°N 0.0006°E

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Municipal Borough Of Chingford
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Chingford
Chingford
was a local government district in south west Essex, England from 1894 to 1965, around the town of Chingford. It was within the London suburbs, forming part of the London postal district
London postal district
and Metropolitan Police District. Its former area now corresponds to the northern part of the London Borough of Waltham Forest
London Borough of Waltham Forest
in Greater London.

Contents

1 Background and formation 2 District and borough 3 Abolition 4 References

Background and formation[edit] The ancient parish of Chingford
Chingford
formed part of the Waltham hundred of Essex.[1] It was included in the Metropolitan Police District
Metropolitan Police District
in 1840 and from 1875 it formed part of the Epping Rural Sanitary District. In 1894 it became an urban district. District and borough[edit] Under a county review order in 1934, a small part of Waltham Holy Cross Urban District was transferred to Chingford. It gained the status of municipal borough in 1938. Abolition[edit] The Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London
Greater London
considered the borough for inclusion in Greater London
Greater London
in 1960 and subsequently it was abolished by the London Government Act 1963. Its former area was transferred to Greater London
Greater London
from Essex
Essex
and was combined with the Municipal Borough of Walthamstow
Municipal Borough of Walthamstow
and the Municipal Borough of Leyton to form the present-day London Borough of Waltham Forest. References[edit]

^ Great Britain Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Chingford parish. Retrieved 22 July 2009.[permanent dead link]

v t e

Local government districts abolished or transferred by the London Government Act 1963

London

CC

Battersea Bermondsey Bethnal Green Camberwell Chelsea Deptford Finsbury Fulham Greenwich Hackney Hammersmith Hampstead Holborn Islington Kensington Lambeth Lewisham Paddington Poplar Shoreditch Southwark St. Marylebone St. Pancras Stepney Stoke Newington Wandsworth Westminster Woolwich

Constituent parts of Greater London

Essex

Barking Chigwell (part) Chingford Dagenham East Ham Hornchurch Ilford Leyton Romford Walthamstow Wanstead and Woodford West Ham

Hertfordshire

Barnet East Barnet

Middlesex, CC

Acton Brentford and Chiswick Ealing Edmonton Enfield Feltham Finchley Friern Barnet Harrow Hayes and Harlington Hendon Heston and Isleworth Hornsey Ruislip-Northwood Southall Southgate Tottenham Twickenham Uxbridge Wembley Willesden Wood Green Yiewsley and West Drayton

Kent

Beckenham Bexley Bromley Chislehurst and Sidcup Crayford Erith Orpington Penge

Surrey

Barnes Beddington and Wallington Carshalton Coulsdon and Purley Croydon Kingston-upon-Thames Malden and Coombe Merton and Morden Mitcham Sutton and Cheam Surbiton Richmond Wimbledon

Transfers

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Hertfordshire: Potters Bar

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Surrey: Staines Sunbury-on-Thames

Coordinates: 51°37′47″N 0°00′02″E / 51.6298°N 0.0006°E

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Chingford
Chingford
was a local government district in south west Essex, England from 1894 to 1965, around the town of Chingford. It was within the London suburbs, forming part of the London postal district
London postal district
and Metropolitan Police District. Its former area now corresponds to the northern part of the London Borough of Waltham Forest
London Borough of Waltham Forest
in Greater London.

Contents

1 Background and formation 2 District and borough 3 Abolition 4 References

Background and formation[edit] The ancient parish of Chingford
Chingford
formed part of the Waltham hundred of Essex.[1] It was included in the Metropolitan Police District
Metropolitan Police District
in 1840 and from 1875 it formed part of the Epping Rural Sanitary District. In 1894 it became an urban district. District and borough[edit] Under a county review order in 1934, a small part of Waltham Holy Cross Urban District was transferred to Chingford. It gained the status of municipal borough in 1938. Abolition[edit] The Royal Commission on Local Government in Greater London
Greater London
considered the borough for inclusion in Greater London
Greater London
in 1960 and subsequently it was abolished by the London Government Act 1963. Its former area was transferred to Greater London
Greater London
from Essex
Essex
and was combined with the Municipal Borough of Walthamstow
Municipal Borough of Walthamstow
and the Municipal Borough of Leyton to form the present-day London Borough of Waltham Forest. References[edit]

^ Great Britain Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Chingford parish. Retrieved 22 July 2009.[permanent dead link]

v t e

Local government districts abolished or transferred by the London Government Act 1963

London

CC

Battersea Bermondsey Bethnal Green Camberwell Chelsea Deptford Finsbury Fulham Greenwich Hackney Hammersmith Hampstead Holborn Islington Kensington Lambeth Lewisham Paddington Poplar Shoreditch Southwark St. Marylebone St. Pancras Stepney Stoke Newington Wandsworth Westminster Woolwich

Constituent parts of Greater London

Essex

Barking Chigwell (part) Chingford Dagenham East Ham Hornchurch Ilford Leyton Romford Walthamstow Wanstead and Woodford West Ham

Hertfordshire

Barnet East Barnet

Middlesex, CC

Acton Brentford and Chiswick Ealing Edmonton Enfield Feltham Finchley Friern Barnet Harrow Hayes and Harlington Hendon Heston and Isleworth Hornsey Ruislip-Northwood Southall Southgate Tottenham Twickenham Uxbridge Wembley Willesden Wood Green Yiewsley and West Drayton

Kent

Beckenham Bexley Bromley Chislehurst and Sidcup Crayford Erith Orpington Penge

Surrey

Barnes Beddington and Wallington Carshalton Coulsdon and Purley Croydon Kingston-upon-Thames Malden and Coombe Merton and Morden Mitcham Sutton and Cheam Surbiton Richmond Wimbledon

Transfers

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Hertfordshire: Potters Bar

Middlesex
Middlesex
to Surrey: Staines Sunbury-on-Thames

Coordinates: 51°37′47″N 0°00′02″E / 51.6298°N 0.0006°E

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