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In 1932 the electrified District line of the London Underground was extended to Upminster through Dagenham with stations opened as Dagenham and Heathway and today called Dagenham East and Dagenham Heathway.

Dagenham first appeared in a document (as Dæccanhaam) in a charter of Barking Abbey dating from 666 AD.

It is difficult to approximate the population of Dagenham alone since it was merged with Barking as part of the formation of Greater London in 1965.

In addition there are numerous different wards that cover the Dagenham district.

Each ward elects three councillors to Barking and Dagenham London Borough Council.

The whole area is within the City and East London Assembly Constituency.

The May & Baker plant, owned and run by Sanofi-Aventis, occupied a 108-acre site in Rainham Road South, near Dagenham East Underground station.

It was abandoned in 2013 when the company closed it.

Dagenham Parish Council offices were located on Bull Street.

The expansion of the Greater London conurbation into the area caused the review of local government structures, and it was suggested in 1920 that the Dagenham parish should be abolished and its area divided between Ilford Urban District and Barking Town Urban District.

This southern section, which includes Ford Dagenham, is part of the London Riverside section of the Thames Gateway redevelopment zone.

The Dagenham post town includes the whole of the Becontree estate, including those sections that were constructed in Barking and Ilford. During the 2000s there has also been a large influx of migrants, in particular Africans.

Sterling who were famous for manufacturing British Army weapons and Jaguar car parts were also based in Dagenham until they went bankrupt in 1988.