The boroughs were created as follows. There have been some changes to boundaries and some boroughs have been renamed since 1965.
|Inner London borough||Former areas|
|Camden||Hampstead (11a)||St Pancras (11b)||Holborn (11c)|
|Greenwich||Greenwich (22a)||Woolwich (part) (22b)|
|Hackney||Hackney (9a)||Shoreditch (9b)||Stoke Newington (9c)|
|Hammersmith||Hammersmith (4a)||Fulham (4b)|
|Islington||Islington (10a)||Finsbury (10b)|
|Kensington and Chelsea||Kensington (3a)||Chelsea (3b)|
|Lambeth||Lambeth (6a)||Wandsworth (part) (6b)|
|Lewisham||Lewisham (21a)||Deptford (21b)|
|Southwark||Bermondsey (7b)||Camberwell (7c)||Southwark (7a)|
|Tower Hamlets||Bethnal Green (8a)||Poplar (8c)||Stepney (8b)|
|Wandsworth||Battersea (5b)||Wandsworth (part) (5a)|
|Westminster||Paddington (2c)||St Marylebone (2b)||Westminster (2a)|
|Outer London borough||Former areas|
|Barking and Dagenham||Barking (part) (25a)||Dagenham (part) (25b)|
|Barnet||Barnet (31a)||East Barnet (31b)||Finchley (31d)||Hendon (31c)||Friern Barnet (31e)|
|Bexley||Bexley (23b)||Erith (23a)||Crayford (23c)||Chislehurst and Sidcup (part) (23d)|
|Brent||Wembley (12a)||Willesden (12b)|
|Bromley||Bromley (20c)||Beckenham (20b)||Orpington (20e)||Penge (20a)||Chislehurst and Sidcup (part) (20d)|
|Croydon||Croydon (19a)||Coulsdon and Purley (19b)|
|Ealing||Acton (13b)||Ealing (13a)||Southall (13c)|
|Enfield||Edmonton (30c)||Enfield (30a)||Southgate (30b)|
|Haringey||Hornsey (29b)||Tottenham (29c)||Wood Green (29a)|
|Havering||Romford (24a)||Hornchurch (24b)|
|Hillingdon||Hayes and Harlington (33c)||Ruislip Northwood (33b)||Uxbridge (33a)||Yiewsley and West Drayton (33d)|
|Hounslow||Brentford and Chiswick (14c)||Feltham (14a)||Heston and Isleworth (14b)|
|Kingston upon Thames||Kingston upon Thames (16a)||Malden and Coombe (16b)||Surbiton (16c)|
|Merton||Mitcham (17c)||Merton and Morden (17b)||Wimbledon (17a)|
|Newham||West Ham (27a)||East Ham (27b)||Barking (part) (27c)||Woolwich (part) (27d)|
|Redbridge||Ilford (26a)||Wanstead and Woodford (26b)||Dagenham (part) (26c)||Chigwell (part) (26d)|
|Richmond upon Thames||Barnes (15a)||Richmond (15b)||Twickenham (15c)|
|Sutton||Beddington (18c)||Carshalton (18b)||Sutton and Cheam (18a)|
|Waltham Forest||Chingford (28a)||Leyton (28c)||Walthamstow (28b)|
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