Enfield London Borough Council

All of the seats in Enfield were up for election this year. Find out more about these elections.

Election 2018 Results

Party Elected in 2018 Total councillors Change


Elected in 2018 46 Total councillors 46 Change+5


Elected in 2018 17 Total councillors 17 Change-5
Councillors change compared with 2014

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Enfield residents to have say on bin collection changes

Local Democracy Reporting Service

Bin collections in Enfield could be cut from once a week to once a fortnight under proposals put forward by the council.

The changes – which include charging a fee to collect garden waste – are set out in a council report containing seven options for overhauling the service that could save the council up to almost £3m a year.

If the council approves the recommendations in the report, a consultation will be held with the public on whether to alter collections or stick with the status quo.

The current arrangements see refuse and dry recycling collected once a week, while mixed food and garden waste are collected once a fortnight.

But the council is under pressure to save £18m by 2020 due to a funding squeeze by central government – and cutbacks to bin rounds could help to meet that target.

Labour holds Enfield

Labour holds Enfield, increasing its majority from 17 to 19.

Hackney stabbing victim named

Towpath walk

A man who was found dead with multiple stab wounds on a quiet street in Hackney has been named as 42-year-old Tyrone Silcott.

Mr Silcott was pronounced dead at the scene when emergency services were called to reports of a person found with stab wounds on Towpath Walk, Hackney, shortly after 08:00 on 18 March.

Rowmando Lewis, 28, of Cunningham Avenue, Enfield, was charged with his murder on 21 March. He will appear in Thames Magistrates' Court later today.