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2014 Stevenage Borough Council election

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2014 Stevenage Borough Council election[1][2]

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14 of the 39 seats to Stevenage Borough Council
20 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
 
Party Labour Conservative Liberal Democrats
Seats before 30 6 3
Seats won 12 1 1
Seats after 33 3 3
Seat change Increase3 Decrease3 Steady
Popular vote 9,325 5,950 5,314
Percentage 39.4% 25.1% 22.4%

Map showing the results of contested wards in the 2014 Stevenage Borough Council elections. Labour in red, Conservatives in blue and Liberal Democrats in yellow.

Council control before election

Labour

Council control after election

Labour

The 2014 Stevenage Borough Council election took place on 22 May 2014 to elect members of Stevenage Borough Council in England.[3] This was on the same day as other local elections; the seats which were last contested in 2010. The Labour Party retained control of the council, which it had held continuously since 1973.

Ward results

Bandley Hill

Location of Bandley Hill ward
Location of Bandley Hill ward
Bandley Hill[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Joan Lloyd 844 49.3%
Conservative Sharon Hearn 602 23.2%
TUSC Amanda Dilley 162 9.4%
Liberal Democrats Barbara Segadelli 124 6.8%
Majority 242 26.1%
Turnout 1,732
Labour hold

Bedwell

Location of Bedwell ward
Location of Bedwell ward
Bedwell[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Elaine Connolly 901 49.2%
UKIP Sheila Hamilton 514 28.0%
Conservative Michelle Calcutt 301 16.4%
Liberal Democrats Gareth Steiner 80 4.4%
TUSC Steve Glennon 37 2.0%
Majority 387 21.2%
Turnout 1,833
Labour hold

Chells

Location of Chells ward
Location of Chells ward
Chells[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Pam Stuart 637 34.5%
UKIP Julie Seddon 485 26.3%
Liberal Democrats Andrew Anderson 429 23.3%
Conservative Matthew Wyatt 294 15.9%
Majority 152 8.2%
Turnout 1,845
Labour hold

Longmeadow

Location of Longmeadow ward
Location of Longmeadow ward
Longmeadow[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Douglas Bainbridge 637 34.5%
Conservative Matthew Hurst 534 26.3%
UKIP Mark Williams 522 23.3%
Liberal Democrats Ralph Baskerville 122 15.9%
Majority 103 8.2%
Turnout 1,854
Labour gain from Conservative

Manor

Location of Manor ward
Location of Manor ward
Manor[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Democrats Andy McGuinness 972 34.5%
UKIP Colleen Blyth 419 26.3%
Labour Keelan Henry 401 23.3%
Conservative Craig Heath 349 15.9%
TUSC Helen Kerr 39 2.0%
Majority 553 8.2%
Turnout 2,180
Liberal Democrats hold

Martins Wood

Location of Martins Wood ward
Location of Martins Wood ward
Martins Wood[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Lloyd Briscoe 724 34.5%
UKIP Billy Hamilton 478 26.3%
Conservative Michael Hearn 459 23.3%
Majority 246 8.2%
Turnout 1,661
Labour gain from Conservative

Old Town

Location of Old Town ward
Location of Old Town ward
Old Town[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Christopher Saunders 888 34.5%
Conservative Jamie Fraser 703 26.3%
UKIP Marilyn Yarnold-Forrester 553 23.3%
Green Elizabeth Sturges 158 15.9%
Liberal Democrats Matthew Snell 80 2.0%
Majority 185 8.2%
Turnout 2,382
Labour gain from Conservative

Pin Green

Location of Pin Green ward
Location of Pin Green ward
Pin Green[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Lin Martin-Haugh 809 34.5%
UKIP Liam Rafferty 491 26.3%
Conservative Paul Mould 387 23.3%
TUSC Rhian Clare 51 15.9%
Majority 318 8.2%
Turnout 1,738
Labour hold

Roebuck

Location of Roebuck ward
Location of Roebuck ward
Roebuck[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Sherma Batson 647 34.5%
UKIP Victoria Gabriel 511 26.3%
Conservative Adam Mitchell 435 23.3%
Green Graham White 86 15.9%
Liberal Democrats Denise Baskerville 73 2.0%
TUSC Bryan Clare 13 0.7%
Majority 136 8.2%
Turnout 1,765
Labour hold

St Nicholas

Location of St Nicholas ward
Location of St Nicholas ward
St Nicholas[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Carol Latif 756 34.5%
UKIP Ken Neal 459 26.3%
Conservative Kirsten McAuliffe 357 23.3%
Liberal Democrats Heather Snell 105 15.9%
TUSC Mark Gentleman 39 2.0%
Majority 297 8.2%
Turnout 1,716
Labour hold

Shephall (2 seats)

Location of Shephall ward
Location of Shephall ward
Shephall (2 seats)[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Rob Broom 641
Labour John Mead 583
UKIP Roy Worden 503
Conservative Eamonn Walsh 282
Conservative Ashik Miah 228
Liberal Democrats Debra Betts 124
TUSC Barbara Clare 92
TUSC Mark Pickersgill 69
Labour hold
Labour hold

Symonds Green

Location of Symonds Green ward
Location of Symonds Green ward
Symonds Green[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Sharon Taylor 949 34.5%
Conservative Philip Roethenbaugh 577 26.3%
Liberal Democrats Clive Hearmon 121 23.3%
TUSC Trevor Palmer 102 15.9%
Majority 372 8.2%
Turnout 1,749
Labour hold

Woodfield

Location of Woodfield ward
Location of Woodfield ward
Woodfield[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Phil Bibby 670 34.5%
Labour Jim Callaghan 491 26.3%
UKIP Marion Mason 379 23.3%
Liberal Democrats Katherine Lloyd-Manning 92 15.9%
Majority
Turnout
Conservative hold

References

  1. ^ Andrew Teale. "Local Election Results 2014". Local Elections Archive Project.
  2. ^ Steven Ayres (11 June 2014). "Local elections 2014". House of Commons Library. p. 20.
  3. ^ "England council results". BBC News. Retrieved 23 May 2014.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "Stevenage Borough Council Election Results". Stevenage Borough Council. 23 May 2014. Retrieved 11 May 2019.
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