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2014 Sutton London Borough Council election

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Map of the results of the 2014 Sutton council election. Conservatives in blue and Liberal Democrats in yellow.
Map of the results of the 2014 Sutton council election. Conservatives in blue and Liberal Democrats in yellow.

The 2014 Sutton Council election took place on 22 May 2014 to elect members of Sutton Council in England.[1] This was on the same day as other local elections.

Results

The Liberal Democrats retained control winning 45 seats (+2) with the Conservatives winning 9 seats (−2).[1]

Sutton Local Election Result 2014[2]
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Liberal Democrats 45 Increase 2 Steady Increase 2 83 43
  Conservative 9 Steady Decrease 2 Decrease 2 17 30
  Labour 0 Steady Steady Steady 0 15
  UKIP 0 Steady Steady Steady 0 8
  Green 0 Steady Steady Steady 0 3
  Keep Our St. Helier Hospital Party 0 Steady Steady Steady 0 <1
  TUSC 0 Steady Steady Steady 0 <1
  Independent 0 Steady Steady Steady 0 <1
  English Democrat 0 Steady Steady Steady 0 <1
  Christian Peoples Alliance 0 Steady Steady Steady 0 <1

Ward results

Beddington North

Beddington North[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Pat Ali 1,299 38.5
Liberal Democrats Nick Mattey 1,290 38.3
Liberal Democrats Nighat Piracha 1,048 31.1
UKIP Leslie Price 779 23.1
Conservative Hilary Wortley 776 23.0
Conservative Anusha Vamadeva 705 20.9
Conservative Leon Emirali 673 20.0
Labour Sarah Gwynn 654 19.4
Labour Margaret Hughes 600 17.8
Labour Nawaz Ahmad 570 16.9
Green Joan Hartfield 257 7.6
Green Frederick Hartfield 235 7.0
Turnout 3,372 42.4 −28.8
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

In January 2016, Cllr Mattey was expelled from the Liberal Democrats after sighting his vocal opposition to a proposed incinerator which is set to be erected in the ward.[4]

Beddington South

Beddington South[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Ed Joyce 1,215 36.5
Conservative Neil Garratt 1,120 33.7
Liberal Democrats Manuel Abellan 1,079 32.5
Conservative Jim Simms 1,045 31.4
Liberal Democrats Abdullah Okuyucu 982 29.5
Conservative Andy Williams 949 28.5
UKIP Bill Main-Ian 788 23.7
Labour Mary Towler 464 14.0
Labour Patrick Sim 440 13.2
Labour Alfred Thomas 430 12.9
Turnout 3,325 40.9 −26.0
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Belmont

Belmont[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative David Hicks 1,687 50.3
Conservative Patrick McManus 1,534 45.8
Conservative Jane Pascoe 1,389 41.5
Liberal Democrats Barbara McIntosh 881 26.3
Liberal Democrats Cherry Mattey 809 24.1
Liberal Democrats Russell Neale 738 22.0
UKIP Adrian Noble 653 19.5
Labour Gale Blears 432 12.9
Labour Stephen Blears 406 12.1
Labour Marian Wingrove 376 11.2
Turnout 3,351 42.8 −32.0
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Carshalton Central

Carshalton Central[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Hamish Pollock 1,634 42.3
Liberal Democrats Alan Salter 1,469 38.0
Liberal Democrats Jill Whitehead 1,460 37.8
Conservative Simon Higgs 1,077 27.9
Conservative Arthur Spirling 989 25.6
Conservative Penny Spirling 974 25.2
UKIP Michael Norman 671 17.4
Labour Michael Cawley 393 10.2
Labour Margaret Onians 384 9.9
Labour Alan Tate 351 9.1
Green Bob Steel 324 8.4
Green Andrew Lindsay 309 8.0
Green Mandi Suheimat 205 5.3
Christian Peoples Alliance Ashley Dickenson 90 2.3
TUSC Allan Matusevics 74 1.9
Turnout 3,866 48.5 −26.6
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Carshalton South & Clockhouse

Carshalton South & Clockhouse[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Tim Crowley 1,449 39.9
Conservative Moira Butt 1,365 37.6
Liberal Democrats Amy Haldane 1,276 35.2
Liberal Democrats Peter Fosdike 1,268 34.9
Conservative Tony Smith 1,155 31.8
Liberal Democrats Alex Vicente-Machado 1,100 30.3
UKIP Alexandra Wraith 617 17.0
Green Ross Hemingway 488 13.4
Labour Marilynne Burbage 366 10.1
Labour David Davis 331 9.1
Labour Claire Shearer 259 7.1
Green Brian Dougherty 245 6.7
Turnout 3,630 47.2 −28.8
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Cheam

Cheam[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Mary Burstow 1,761 44.8
Conservative Holly Ramsey 1,688 42.9
Conservative Graham Whitham 1,495 38.0
Liberal Democrats Abigail Lock 1,273 32.4
Conservative Misdaq Zaidi 1,205 30.6
Liberal Democrats Simon Youlton 1,156 29.4
UKIP Steve Carpenter 595 15.1
UKIP Angus Dalgleish 569 14.5
Keep Our St Helier Hospital Party David Ash 396 10.1
Labour Alan Aylward 244 6.2
Labour Laura Herridge 236 6.0
Labour Lyndon Edwards 207 5.3
Turnout 3,934 48.6 −27.8
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Nonsuch

Nonsuch[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Samantha Bourne 1,744 43.0
Liberal Democrats Richard Broadbent 1,570 38.7
Liberal Democrats Daniel Sangster 1,431 35.3
Conservative Eric Allen 1,361 33.5
Conservative Alan Plant 1,291 31.8
Conservative Rona Forzani 1,226 30.2
UKIP Howard Cowley 901 22.2
Labour Laura Mullaney 408 10.1
Labour Marcus Papadopoulos 330 8.1
Labour Shawn Buck 311 7.7
Turnout 4,057 48.8 −25.3
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats gain from Conservative Swing

St. Helier

St. Helier[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Jean Crossby 1,195 41.1
Liberal Democrats Martin Gonzalez 1,070 36.8
Liberal Democrats Doug Hunt 1,069 36.7
UKIP Michael Lyon 843 29.0
Labour Nicola Rosenbaum 734 25.2
Labour John Keys 685 23.5
Labour Andrew Theobald 637 21.9
Conservative Lottie Crowley 380 13.1
Conservative Alan Oliver 320 11.0
Conservative Alison Huneke 306 10.5
Turnout 2,910 34.7 −23.4
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Stonecot

Stonecot[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Adrian Davey 1,440 41.6
Liberal Democrats Nick Emmerson 1,341 38.8
Liberal Democrats Miguel Javelot 1,205 34.8
Conservative Malcolm Brown 958 27.7
Conservative Graham Jarvis 953 27.6
UKIP Lorraine Crawley 886 25.6
Conservative Sheena Munsami 691 20.0
Labour Victoria Barlow 482 13.9
Labour Tessa Cornell 395 11.4
Labour Bill Lang 380 11.0
Green David Booth 311 9.0
TUSC Livvy Najman 74 2.1
Turnout 3,458 42.0 −29.3
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Sutton Central

Sutton Central[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats David Bartolucci 1,480 46.8
Liberal Democrats Vincent Galligan 1,365 43.1
Liberal Democrats Ali Mirhashem 1,192 37.7
Labour Emily Brothers 662 20.9
UKIP Jake Grogan 584 18.5
Conservative Charles Cornwell 563 17.8
Labour Charles Mansell 550 17.4
Labour Vic Paulino 480 15.2
Conservative Nigel Cornwell 463 14.6
Conservative Marie Grant 412 13.0
Green Simon Honey 369 11.7
TUSC Pauline Gorman 90 2.8
Turnout 3,164 38.5 −26.2
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Sutton North

Sutton North[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Ruth Dombey 1,658 49.6
Liberal Democrats Marlene Heron 1,539 46.0
Liberal Democrats Stephen Penneck 1,410 42.2
UKIP Stewart Wood 781 23.3
Conservative Alec Beeson 742 22.2
Conservative Millie Shields 659 19.7
Conservative Mukesh Rao 516 15.4
Labour Kathy Allen 502 15.0
Labour Ann Morrison 420 12.6
Labour Dawn Lever 416 12.4
Turnout 3,345 42.6 −26.9
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Sutton South

Sutton South[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Richard Clifton 1,380 41.9
Liberal Democrats Trish Fivey 1,296 39.3
Conservative Tony Shields 1,197 36.3
Conservative Jason Hughes 1,089 33.0
Conservative Heather Howell 1,075 32.6
Liberal Democrats John Phillips 1,040 31.5
UKIP Jerry Wraith 418 12.7
Keep Our St Helier Hospital Party Tiz North 372 11.3
Labour Kathryn Brennan 371 11.3
Labour Ronald Phillips 307 9.3
Labour Patricia Simons 302 9.2
TUSC Steve Appleton 108 3.3
Turnout 3,297 43.2 −25.8
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Sutton West

Sutton West[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Kevin Burke 1,648 47.8
Liberal Democrats Wendy Mathys 1,477 42.8
Liberal Democrats Simon Wales 1,424 41.3
Conservative Richard Butt 836 24.3
Conservative Mary Edwards 815 23.6
Conservative Jonathan Pritchard 712 20.7
UKIP Glen Roberts 540 15.7
Labour Andy Cook 501 14.5
Labour Maria Ponto 448 13.0
Labour Margaret Sinclair 406 11.8
Keep Our St Helier Hospital Party Frances Cornford 358 10.4
Turnout 3,447 42.0 −28.5
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

The Wrythe

The Wrythe[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Callum Morton 1,341 45.7
Liberal Democrats Colin Stears 1,337 45.5
Liberal Democrats Naliben Patel 1,199 40.8
UKIP Chris Howe 754 25.7
Conservative Benjamin Scully 513 17.5
Conservative Charles Manton 487 16.6
Labour Deirdre Barry 455 15.5
Labour Alex Milligan 415 14.1
Conservative Marion Williams 378 12.9
Labour Tony Thorpe 365 12.4
Green Derek Coleman 303 10.3
Turnout 2,936 40.1 −26.7
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Wallington North

Wallington North[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Sunita Gordon 1,363 36.9
Liberal Democrats Joyce Melican 1,317 35.6
Liberal Democrats Marian Radford 1,247 33.7
Conservative Elliot Colburn 1,033 27.9
Conservative James McDermott-Hill 865 23.4
UKIP Carole Lander 823 22.3
Conservative Omonlyl Giwa 737 19.9
Labour Victoria Rosenbaum 470 12.7
Labour Richard Smith 447 12.1
Labour Peter Turner 415 11.2
Green Jim Duffy 341 9.2
Green Penny Mouncey 280 7.6
Green Phil Mouncey 205 5.5
Turnout 3,696 44.0 −27.0
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Wallington South

Wallington South[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Colin Hall 1,593 46.1
Liberal Democrats Jayne McCoy 1,558 45.1
Liberal Democrats Muhammad Sadiq 1,221 35.3
Conservative Steven Ayres 825 23.9
UKIP Marion Houghton 694 20.1
Conservative Christopher Wortley 649 18.8
Conservative Stephen Odunton 571 16.5
Keep Our St Helier Hospital Party David Murray 377 10.9
Labour David Towler 374 10.8
Labour Susan Theobald 358 10.4
Green Maeve Tomlinson 301 8.7
Labour Jas Weir 283 8.2
Green Rosa Rajendran 274 7.9
English Democrat David Jeffreys 110 3.2
Turnout 3,455 43.1 −27.7
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Wandle Valley

Wandle Valley[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Margaret Court 1,156 39.3
Liberal Democrats Hanna Zuchowska 929 31.6
Liberal Democrats Jason Reynolds 891 30.3
UKIP Graham Murray 867 29.5
Labour Stephen McGrane 705 24.0
Labour Bonnie Craven 697 23.7
Labour Michael Craven 633 21.5
Conservative James England 436 14.8
Green Stephen Hart 380 12.9
Conservative Jonathan Downer 333 11.3
Conservative Peter Wootten 314 10.7
Turnout 2,943 35.0 −25.1
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Worcester Park

Worcester Park[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrats Arthur Hookway 1,508 38.2
Liberal Democrats Richard Marston 1,455 36.8
Liberal Democrats Paul Wingfield 1,300 32.9
Conservative Stuart Mackay 1,264 32.0
Conservative Simon Densley 1,226 31.0
Conservative Gino Marotta 1,146 29.0
UKIP Han-Ley Tang 768 19.4
Labour John Evers 474 12.0
Labour Hilary Hosking 462 11.7
Labour David Hosking 421 10.7
Independent Richard Edmonds 185 4.7
Turnout 3,950 43.7 −27.9
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats gain from Conservative Swing

References

  1. ^ a b "England council results". BBC News. Retrieved 23 May 2014.
  2. ^ "London Borough of Sutton Council Election 2014 - Thursday, 22nd May, 2014". Sutton.gov.uk. London Borough of Sutton Council. Retrieved 3 August 2016.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Piggott, Gareth (September 2014). London Borough Council Elections 22 May 2014 (PDF). London: Greater London Authority. pp. 163–168, 220–221. ISSN 1479-7879. Retrieved 1 August 2016.
  4. ^ http://www.suttonguardian.co.uk/news/14215460.Lib_Dem_councillor_expelled_for_publicly_opposing_Sutton_Council_s_incinerator_plan/
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