Wandsworth local election results

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Wandsworth Town Hall - Credit: Google Map

The Conservative Group retained overall control of the council after the results published for the local election 2014 for Wandsworth borough council.

Wandsworth borough has 60 councillors elected in 20 wards.

Results from Local election May 2014

  • Conservatives: 41 (-6 in comparison to May 2010)
  • Labour: 19 (+6)

All three seats in the Roehampton & Putney Heath ward were won by Labour where previously they had only held one (+2). They also won a seat in Earlsfield (+1), Queenstown Road (+1) and two in Bedford ward (+2).

Detailed results for Clapham Junction wards (Latchmere, Fairfield, Northcote, Shaftesbury)

In colours are displayed those elected.

Fairfield Conservative Party 3 seats  
Name Party Votes %
CRESSWELL, Liane Labour Party 1021 28.23%
JOHNSTONE, Jacqueline UKIP 271 7.49%
MCCAUSLAND, Piers Conservative Party 1924 53.19%
MCLEAN, Seymour Independent 171 4.73%
PONSONBY, Fred Labour Party 925 25.57%
SCAPING, Paul Liberal Democrats 325 8.99%
SHARP, Caroline Labour Party 958 26.49%
SWEET, Will Conservative Party 1801 49.79%
THOM, Stuart Conservative Party 1752 48.44%
WARREN, Patrick Liberal Democrats 374 10.34%
WATERMAN, Antony Green Party 598 16.53%
Ballot Papers Issued 3617 31.83%
Electorate 11,364
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Latchmere Labour Party 3 seats
Name Party Votes %
BELTON, Tony Labour Party 2172 54.50%
DAVIS, Richard Liberal Democrats 213 5.35%
EDWARDS, Robert Trade Unionist and Socialist 106 2.66%
HOGG, Simon Labour Party 1899 47.65%
MASON, Peter Green Party 508 12.75%
PLUMMER, Matthew Conservative Party 1218 30.56%
SINTIM, Rose Conservative Party 1203 30.19%
SPECK, Wendy Labour Party 1433 35.96%
SUMMERFIELD, Rosemary Conservative Party 1096 27.50%
TINKLER, Angela UKIP 327 8.21%
VOYCE, Hollie Liberal Democrats 221 5.55%
Ballot Papers Issued 3,985 34.93%
Electorate 11,409
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Northcote Conservative Party 3 seats  
Name Party Votes %
BEAVAN, Jake Liberal Democrats 355 9.68%
DAWSON, Peter Conservative Party 2187 59.62%
DODD, Jane Conservative Party 2198 59.92%
EVANS, Guy Green Party 623 16.98%
GREEN, Christine Liberal Democrats 388 10.58%
HEATH, Harvey Labour Party 888 24.21%
JOHNSON, Martin Conservative Party 1984 54.09%
KANAL, Shalu Labour Party 761 20.75%
NABARRO, David UKIP 198 5.40%
NOBLE, Gareth Labour Party 805 21.95%
Ballot Papers Issued 3,668 33.31%
Electorate 11,013
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Shaftesbury Conservative Party 3 seats  
Name Party Votes %
AL-AMEEN, Remi Labour Party 1030 27.59%
AUSTIN, Caroline Green Party 604 16.18%
COOK, Jonathan Conservative Party 1850 49.56%
COUSINS, James Conservative Party 1932 51.75%
LINTON, Martin Labour Party 1227 32.87%
MONTGOMERY, Patrick Liberal Democrats 391 10.47%
SENIOR, Guy Conservative Party 1794 48.06%
STOCK, Kate Labour Party 1084 29.04%
VAN DE L`ISLE, Hugh Trade Unionist and Socialist 96 2.57%
Ballot Papers Issued 3,733 33.03%
Electorate 11,303

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