London districts

Find out magic of London

250.3 Boroughs London - It is hard to govern the such city as London. It is a huge city. Each districts has its authorities. There are 32 districts. The city's districts are 51 years old. Districts were an innovation. Boroughs London count between 150 000 and 300 000 of inhabitants. It is huge. London is a huge city with more than 8 million of inhabitants. Politicians are responsible for all the districts. Newcomers shall become acquainted with the system of boroughs in order to know more about customs of the country. It impresses everobody. Citizens elect authorities. Elections are organized every four years. Strangers are not entitled to electing their representatives. The system is well-prepared. The Greater London is the most powerful from London boroughs and the richest one. Each borough is responsible for education. Education is a serious topic for each of the boroughs. It is worth to know that four boroughs have a name without a word „borough”. There are the City of Westminster, Royal Boroughs of Kingston upon Thames, Kensington as well as Chelsea and Greenwich.


250.4 Boroughs London -

The system is clear. Strangers must study the system carefully. Several years ago there were only 12 boroughs but nowadays there are 33 of them. Do we need boroughs? Definitely yes. Without them it would be much more difficult to take care of the responsibilities. It is really good to have all the boroughs London. Concluding, without boroughs London will be in chaos. Due to boroughs there is a peace and order in the city. You should concentrate on the system of boroughs and become expert in it.Each city is governed in similar way but only London has such a great variety of boroughs. There are only few boroughs in other cities – ten or twelve. Come and see how London is organized, which tasks are given to boroughs and why it is settled in this way. You will get a lot of useful knowledge in this way.No matter from which country you come from, you need to know more about the English system of boroughs.