Keith Prince AM
Havering and Redbridge
Keith Prince has represented Havering and Redbridge on the London Assembly since May 2016. He was re-elected in May 2021.
On the Assembly, Keith has focused on scrutinising the Mayor of London’s policing and transport policies. He has campaigned to for a new flyover at Gallows Corner, policies to make London safe for motorcyclists, and better protection for transport workers during the pandemic. Locally, he works closely with charities to tackle antisocial behaviour, knife crime and homelessness across Havering and Redbridge.
Born and raised in Havering, Keith later moved to Redbridge to raise his own family. He has served as a councillor in both Havering (1990 to 1995) and Redbridge (2003 to 2018). He led Redbridge Council between May 2009 and June 2014.
Prior to the Assembly, Keith worked as a marketing manager for LBC Radio. He later worked as a non-executive adviser to Stephen Greenhalgh, the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime during Boris Johnson’s mayoralty.
London Assembly Responsibilities
Member of the Transport Committee
Member of the Oversight Committee
Member of the Police and Crime Committee