David Hazel (1870-20 August 1941) was a businessman and local politician.
Born in Kirriemuir, Forfarshire, Scotland. He moved to London, firstly to Fulham then to Streatham and later to Muswell Hill. In December 1890 he married Ellen "Nellie" Harriet Booker-Sarson in West Kensington.
Originally working as a journalist, he became a contractor to the War Office as a manufacturer of army uniforms and the head of Hazel & Co., "uniform clothing, accoutrements and leather goods manufacturers", of Nile Street, City Road.
Municipal Reform Party member of the London County Council representing Tower Hamlets, Stepney from 1915-19 (co-opted 21 December 1915 to fill a wartime vacancy) and subsequently elected to the new seat of Stepney, Mile End at the 1919 council election. He stood down at the next council election in 1922.
He retired to Hove on the Sussex coast, where he died aged 71.