LEN DUVALL has been re-elected as the constituency London Assembly member for Greenwich and Lewisham.
It is Duvall's fourth term representing the area on the London Assembly, making him the only person to hold the post since the London Assembly was created in 2000.
The former leader of Greenwich Council saw his share of the vote surge to 49.61%, from 39.21% in 2008.
Support for the Conservatives, the Lib Dems and the Green Party was down on four years ago, although the Greens did pass the Lib Dems to take third place.
London Elects will soon release a breakdown of how individual wards voted in last Thursday's elections, which also saw Boris Johnson returned as mayor of London for another four years.