Deputy Mayor of the London Borough of Bromley - biography

Deputy Mayor of Bromley Councillor Jonathan Andrews

Councillor Jonathan Andrews was elected to Bromley Council in 2022, representing Darwin ward, Bromley’s most rural ward (named for its former resident Charles Darwin) and geographically larger than the boroughs of Islington and Kensington and Chelsea combined, encompassing over 20 per cent of the borough's land.

Outside of his council role, Jonathan is a qualified solicitor and has served as a trustee, advisor and supporter of several charities.

Jonathan is honoured to have been granted the opportunity to support the Mayor and to serve the borough as the Deputy Mayor of Bromley - the borough in which he was born (in 1994, in what was then Farnborough Hospital, now Princess Royal University Hospital), was educated in (at Warren Road Primary School and Darrick Wood Secondary School), and has lived in all his life.

In his time as a councillor, Jonathan has served on various committees, including as Chairman of various Plans Sub-Committees and of the Rights of Way Sub-Committee, and as Vice-Chairman of the Children, Education and Families PDS Committee. A passionate champion for disability inclusion, he also chairs Bromley’s All Age Autism Partnership Board.

Jonathan is very pleased to be supported by his mother, Theresa - who has travelled the length and breadth of Bromley and met families up and down the borough in her former role at Bromley Council supporting children with special educational needs and disabilities - as Deputy Mayoress. Together, they look forward to supporting the Mayor and Mayoress and to meeting and engaging with community groups, volunteers and civic society across Bromley and beyond.