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1994 Richmond upon Thames London Borough Council election

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The 1994 Richmond upon Thames Council election took place on 5 May 1994 to elect members of Richmond upon Thames London Borough Council in London, England. The whole council was up for election and the Liberal Democrats stayed in overall control of the council.[1][2]

Background

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Election result

Party Votes Seats
Liberal Democrats 29,526 (46.37%)
Decrease 0.09 43 (82.7%)
43 / 52
Decrease 5
Conservative Party 22,287 (35.00%)
Increase 0.99 7 (13.5%)
7 / 52
Increase 3
Labour Party 11,742 (18.44%)
Increase 3.83 2 (3.9%)
2 / 52
Increase 2
Independent Conservative 117 (0.18%)
N/A 0 (0.0%)
0 / 52
N/A
2 43 7
Labour Liberal Democrats Conservative

Ward results

Barnes (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Gent C. Ms. 1891 49.3 +3.3
Liberal Democrats Westmorland B. Ms. 1757 -
Liberal Democrats Style P. Ms. 1686 -
Conservative Robinson J. Ms. 1551 40.4 +0.7
Conservative Britton H. Ms. 1461 -
Conservative Yandle J. 1432 -
Labour Gooding M. 397 10.3 +3.2
Labour Patterson C. 375 -
Labour Hallam P. 361 -
Turnout 59.3 -8.7
Central Twickenham (2)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Lever S. Ms. 1063 38.9 +4.9
Conservative Northey P. 1022 -
Liberal Democrats Coombs J. 1005 36.7 +0.9
Liberal Democrats Ward D. 955 -
Labour Miller S. 667 24.4 +3.5
Labour Moss C. 641 -
Turnout 55.1 -4.9
East Sheen (2)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Grose S. 1306 51.0 +0.7
Conservative Rycroft T. 1282 -
Liberal Democrats Morris P. 976 38.1 -1.5
Liberal Democrats Curd B. Ms. 973 -
Labour Curtis P. Ms. 281 11.0 +3.3
Labour Fowler J. 235 -
Turnout 59.6 -5.0
East Twickenham (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Rowlands J. 1982 46.3 -1.5
Liberal Democrats Cornwell D. 1875 -
Liberal Democrats Mann L. 1824 -
Conservative Greenhough T. 1182 27.6 -2.3
Conservative Henderson-Begg M. 1144 -
Labour Choat F. Ms. 1115 26.1 +3.8
Labour Saxton P. 1102 -
Conservative James A. 1100 -
Labour Vernon D. Ms. 1077 -
Turnout 52.6 -5.0
Ham & Petersham (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Jones S. Ms. 1924 59.0 -1.3
Liberal Democrats Williams D. 1915 -
Liberal Democrats Hart R. 1896 -
Conservative Proctor R. 852 26.1 +0.1
Conservative Matthews S. 838 -
Conservative Strebel O. 832 -
Labour Bazely A. 483 14.8 +1.1
Labour Risner P. Ms. 450 -
Labour Gourgey P. 414 -
Turnout 57.3 -8.1
Hampton (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Woodriff B. 1569 47.9 -0.4
Liberal Democrats Parslow R. 1557 -
Liberal Democrats Lees M. 1494 -
Conservative Leamy S. 1134 34.6 -2.7
Conservative Norris G. 1117 -
Conservative Parsons E. Ms. 1085 -
Labour Cross C. Ms. 574 17.5 +3.1
Labour Wheeler G. 519 -
Labour Maclaine M. 493 -
Turnout 52.2 +1.7
Hampton Hill (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Alexander B. Ms. 1567 41.8 +5.6
Conservative Champion H. Ms. 1517 40.4 +7.0
Liberal Democrats Martin D. 1469 -
Liberal Democrats Ferguson L. Ms. 1463 -
Conservative Clifford G. 1392 -
Conservative Woodward A. Ms. 1366 -
Labour Pearson S. Ms. 667 17.8 +3.0
Labour Sowerby F. 618 -
Labour Freitag G. 607 -
Turnout 55.8 -2.6
Hampton Nursery (2)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Woodriff M. Ms. 1090 47.9 -5.8
Liberal Democrats Quelch M. Ms. 1018 -
Conservative Williams M. Ms. 695 30.5 +0.4
Conservative Cape J. Ms. 661 -
Labour Cross M. 491 21.6 +5.4
Labour Stephenson D. 444 -
Turnout 47.7 -4.7
Hampton Wick (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Rae G. Ms. 1532 42.0 -4.1
Liberal Democrats McDougall M. 1499 -
Conservative Arbour T. 1481 40.6 +1.1
Liberal Democrats Nicol N. 1432 -
Conservative Matthews J. Ms. 1403 -
Conservative Manson J. Ms. 1395 -
Labour Tutchell E. Ms. 633 17.4 +3.1
Labour Tutchell D. 612 -
Labour Ward G. 586 -
Turnout 50.8 -6.5
Heathfield (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats King R. 1859 48.8 -1.6
Liberal Democrats Narain L. Ms. 1810 -
Liberal Democrats Jones M. 1803 -
Conservative Haywood T. Ms. 1259 33.0 -2.2
Conservative Perry P. 1252 -
Conservative Pipe P. Ms. 1208 -
Labour McNamara Y. Ms. 694 18.2 +3.8
Labour Hunt P. Ms. 662 -
Labour Walters K. 601 -
Turnout 54.6 -2.0
Kew (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Lourie A. 1891 45.8 +0.3
Liberal Democrats Miller J. Ms. 1848 -
Liberal Democrats Barnett A. 1786 -
Conservative Guy D. Ms. 1448 35.1 +3.3
Conservative Owens S. 1384 -
Conservative Conchie W. 1377 -
Labour Leons-Marder B. 611 14.8 +3.3
Labour Leons-Marder P. Ms. 605 -
Labour Stevens C. Ms. 541 -
Ind. Conservative Harrison M. Ms. 117 4.3 -7.0
Turnout 58.4 -4.6
Mortlake (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Razzall E. 1578 52.6 -5.3
Liberal Democrats Fenwick S. Ms. 1526 -
Liberal Democrats Farthing P. 1508 -
Conservative West J. Ms. 900 30.0 -3.5
Conservative Saunders J. 898 -
Conservative Hendry R. 878 -
Labour Matthews B. 523 17.4 +1.7
Labour Masters E. 511 -
Labour Neimer A. Ms. 478 -
Turnout 53.2 -5.1
Palewell (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Hamwee S. Ms. 1674 46.6 -3.4
Liberal Democrats Summers J. Ms. 1615 -
Liberal Democrats Manners A. 1547 -
Conservative Graham M. 1491 41.5 +0.5
Conservative Otty N. 1415 -
Conservative Jabourian O. Ms. 1376 -
Labour Genders W. 428 11.9 +2.9
Labour Green C. 420 -
Labour Lumborg R. 354 -
Turnout 59.9 -3.7
Richmond Hill (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Weber M. Ms. 1429 43.8 -3.1
Liberal Democrats Miller B. 1398 -
Liberal Democrats Pierce M. 1395 -
Conservative Edwards S. 1296 39.7 -0.7
Conservative Redman A. 1278 -
Conservative Sparrow D. 1267 -
Labour Laird A. 541 16.6 +3.9
Labour Barfield A. 465 -
Labour Mostyn J. Ms. 464 -
Turnout 54.7 -2.1
Richmond Town (2)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Cornish A. Ms. 1267 51.0 +2.5
Liberal Democrats Carthew N. 1194 -
Conservative Taylor P. 845 34.0 +2.4
Conservative Bennett R. 841 -
Labour Graham G. 370 14.9 +2.7
Labour Jenkins S. Ms. 368 -
Turnout 57.2 -5.4
South Twickenham (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Pope G. 1552 41.3 +2.7
Liberal Democrats Carr M. Ms. 1374 -
Conservative Orchard D. 1369 36.4 +2.0
Conservative Millar N. Ms. 1357 -
Liberal Democrats Topol S. 1336 -
Conservative Lloyd M. 1330 -
Labour Smith T. 838 22.3 +5.4
Labour Nelson K. 808 -
Labour Guichard S. 783 -
Turnout 51.2 -4.6
Teddington (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Elengorn M. 2070 53.4 +10.2
Liberal Democrats Pippard E. Ms. 2035 -
Liberal Democrats Morgan R. 1953 -
Conservative Temlett P. 1108 28.6 -0.6
Conservative Lamb S. 1082 -
Conservative Naughton I. 1047 -
Labour Gilligan K. 700 18.1 +2.8
Labour Boaler C. 673 -
Labour Rowe T. Ms. 653 -
Turnout 53.4 -7.1
West Twickenham (2)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Gold M. 1087 41.7 +12.0
Labour Mackenzie E. Ms. 1023 -
Liberal Democrats Allen P. 978 37.5 -11.2
Liberal Democrats Brenchley H. 953 -
Conservative Hollis P. Ms. 540 20.7 -0.9
Conservative Hollis R. 531 -
Turnout 56.8 -2.7
Whitton (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Mackinney K. 1692 47.2 +2.8
Liberal Democrats Mackinney G. Ms. 1667 -
Liberal Democrats Warren K. 1612 -
Conservative Pearce M. 1250 34.9 +2.7
Conservative Rowles N. Ms. 1232 -
Conservative Ross K. 1220 -
Labour Thompson P. 642 17.9 +3.0
Labour Ennals J. 625 -
Labour Warmington A. 582 -
Turnout 53.5 -3.2

References

  1. ^ "London Borough Council Elections 5 May 1994 including Results from the European Elections" (PDF). London Datastore. London Research Centre. Retrieved 29 March 2015.
  2. ^ "Richmond-upon-Thames Borough Council Elections" (PDF). Richmond-upon-Thames Borough Council. Richmond-upon-Thames Borough Council. Retrieved 20 January 2016.
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