ⓘ List of former parliamentary constituencies in Essex. Below is a list of former parliamentary constituencies in Essex and details of them. These details include ..

                                     

ⓘ List of former parliamentary constituencies in Essex

Below is a list of former parliamentary constituencies in Essex and details of them. These details include their modern equivalent, date of existence and any other relevant information.

                                     

1. Former Seats 1983-1997

Colchester North

  • Bernard Jenkin 1992 - 1997, Conservative
  • Members of Parliament
  • Predecessor: Colchester
  • Type of seat: Conservative safe
  • Modern Equivalent and successor: Colchester and North Essex
  • Elections fought: 1983, 1987, 1992
  • Antony Buck 1983 - 1992, Conservative

Colchester South and Maldon

  • Type of seat: Conservative safe
  • Elections fought: 1983, 1987, 1992
  • Modern Equivalent and successor: Maldon and East Chelmsford
  • Members of Parliament: John Wakeham 1983 - 1997, Conservative
  • Predecessor: Maldon

Rochford

  • Modern Equivalent and successor: Rayleigh
  • Members of Parliament: Michael Clark 1983 - 1997, Conservative
  • Predecessor: South East Essex
  • Elections fought: 1983, 1987, 1992
  • Type of seat: Conservative safe

Southend East

  • Members of Parliament: Henry Channon 1983 - 1997, Conservative
  • Modern Equivalent and successor: Rochford and Southend East
  • Type of seat: Conservative safe
  • Elections fought: 1918 to 1992
                                     

2. Former Seats 1955-1974

Billericay

  • Richard Body 1955 - 1959, Conservative
  • Eric Moonman 1966 - 1970, Labour
  • Robert McCrindle 1970 - 1974, Conservative
  • Members of Parliament
  • Type of seat: Conservative safe 1950s and marginal 1960s and 1970s
  • Successor: Brentwood and Ongar
  • Modern Equivalent: Billericay and Brentwood and Ongar
  • Edward Gardner 1959 - 1966, Conservative
  • Elections fought: 1950 to 1970

Chigwell

  • Elections fought: 1955 to 1970
  • Modern Equivalent and successor: Epping Forest
  • Members of Parliament: John Biggs-Davison 1955 - 1974, Conservative
  • Type of seat: Conservative

Epping

  • Elections fought: 1885 to 1970
  • Type of seat: Conservative marginal bellwether constituency
  • Members of Parliament
  • Stanley Newens 1964 - 1970, Labour
  • Norman Tebbit 1970 - 1974, Conservative
  • Graeme Bell Finlay 1955 - 1964, Conservative
  • Modern Equivalent and successor: Epping Forest and Harlow
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