London Councils with Vacancies.
32 boroughs of Greater London
Inner and Outer London are listed here as defined by the London Government Act 1963, but there are other definitions in use. And the full name of most boroughs begins with “The London Borough of [ . . . ]”, with exceptions being the City of Westminster, and the three “Royal” boroughs.
The City of London
The City of London is not defined as a borough, nor is it within a London borough. It is instead governed by the City of London Corporation.
Inner London boroughs
Hammersmith and Fulham
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
*City of London – this is not a ‘borough’ – it is governed by the City of London Corporation, but is an inner London ‘council’
Outer London boroughs
Barking and Dagenham
Kingston upon Thames
Richmond upon Thames
Two years after the London Government Act 1963 received Royal Assent, radical changes in London’s political boundaries were made. The 32 boroughs that you pay our council tax to, were created.
City of London — also known as the Square Mile — holds different political status to the 32 boroughs, and carried on as normal after the Act.
Every London Council has vacancies for new foster carers. But who do you contact in your borough when there are around 80 different Agencies and Fostering Services?
Contact us and we will identify Agencies who might best suit you and your family’s situation.