Charles Thompson Beresford-Hope (1855- 21 July 1906) was a barrister and local politician active in the Kensington area.
He was the youngest son of the Rt. Hon. Sir Alexander James Beresford Hope, a prominent Conservative Party member of parliament.
He was a candidate at the first election to the London County Council in 1889 as a councillor for the two-member Lambeth, Brixton Division, but finished in third place. He successfully submitted a petition unseating one of successful opponents, Lady Sandhurst, the court finding that, as a woman, she was ineligible to take her seat. he was therefore deemed elected in her place, taking his seat as a Moderate Party councillor. He was, however, defeated at the next county council election in 1892.
He returned to the county council when he won a by-election in the representation of Kensington South in February 1893. he held the seat at the 1895 election, but resigned in November of the following year.