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Local Election Results 2011

Kingston upon Hull

One-third of council up for election. No elections this year in Bricknell, St Andrew's, Southcoates East or Southcoates West.

Other results for Kingston upon Hull: 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2010 2012 2014 2015 2016

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Consolidated results — Kingston upon Hull 2011

Party Votes Percent Seats
Labour 28145 54.2% 17
Liberal Democrat 15778 30.4% 2
Conservative 3564 6.9% 0
UK Independence Party 1429 2.8% 0
Green Party 997 1.9% 0
National Front 653 1.3% 0
English Democrats Party 641 1.2% 0
Independent 485 0.9% 0
British National Party 159 0.3% 0
Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 52 0.1% 0

Avenue [Lab gain from LD]

Andrew Dorton Lab 1770 45.6%
Dave Woods LD 1250 32.2%
Martin Deane Grn 493 12.7%
Alexander Hayward C 245 6.3%
Paul Barlow UKIP 120 3.1%

Beverley

Dave McCobb LD 1591 51.5%
Leanne Fudge Lab 965 31.2%
Vicky Butler UKIP 311 10.1%
Andrew Forster C 171 5.5%
Paul Spooner TUSC 52 1.7%

Boothferry

Karen Woods LD 1432 41.3%
Theresa Vaughan Lab 1402 40.5%
Daniel Frazer C 260 7.5%
Brian Shepherd UKIP 204 5.9%
David Rust EDP 166 4.8%

Bransholme East [Lab gain from Ind]

Peter Clark Lab 955 59.9%
Janet McCoid Ind 468 29.4%
Alex Dunn LD 85 5.3%
Richard Munslow C 85 5.3%

Bransholme West

Helene O'Mullane Lab 1200 80.0%
Aimi Sugarman LD 199 13.3%
Colin Baxter C 101 6.7%

Derringham [Lab gain from LD]

Dean Kirk Lab 1243 41.6%
Helena Woods LD 1139 38.2%
John Cornforth UKIP 268 9.0%
Craig Ulliott C 215 7.2%
Billy Hughes EDP 120 4.0%

Drypool [Lab gain from LD]

Gary Wareing Lab 1683 50.2%
Angela Wastling LD 1395 41.6%
Stuart Moses NF 142 4.2%
James Parker C 135 4.0%

Holderness [Lab gain from LD]

Christopher Sumpton Lab 2172 55.9%
Yvonne Uzzell LD 1384 35.6%
John Crompton C 329 8.5%

Ings [Lab gain from LD]

Alan Gardiner Lab 2225 64.4%
Jackie Dad LD 763 22.1%
Philip MacKay C 291 8.4%
Dave Stevens NF 177 5.1%

Kings Park [Lab gain from LD]

Danny Brown Lab 1211 47.2%
Carl Minns LD 1062 41.4%
Thomas Harlow C 171 6.7%
Mark Gretton Grn 124 4.8%

Longhill

John Black Lab 1855 73.5%
Leslie Fisher C 278 11.0%
Susie Whitaker LD 261 10.3%
Mike Cooper NF 131 5.2%

Marfleet

Rosemary Pantelakis Lab 1768 77.2%
Simon Schofield C 202 8.8%
Brian Tompsett LD 161 7.0%
Jason Carr BNP 159 6.9%

Myton

Rilba Jones Lab 1460 60.6%
Ken Hordon UKIP 290 12.0%
Ali Motokin LD 239 9.9%
Clare Gascoigne C 209 8.7%
Theresa White Grn 134 5.6%
Nick Walsh NF 78 3.2%

Newington [Lab gain from LD]

Lynn Petrini Lab 1204 57.1%
Rick Welton LD 660 31.3%
Tineke Robinson EDP 143 6.8%
Robert Cook C 102 4.8%

Newland [Lab gain from LD]

John Shipley Lab 829 42.6%
Mark Collinson LD 723 37.1%
Michael Lammiman Grn 162 8.3%
Thomas Oliver C 130 6.7%
Stan Smith UKIP 104 5.3%

Orchard Park and Greenwood

Julia Conner Lab 1705 81.5%
Chris Randall LD 239 11.4%
David Whellan C 147 7.0%

Pickering [Lab gain from LD]

Peter Allen Lab 1658 51.1%
Sarita Bush LD 1203 37.1%
Peter Mawer EDP 212 6.5%
Daniel Bond C 169 5.2%

Sutton [Lab gain from LD]

David Craker Lab 1814 52.8%
Tracey Neal LD 1313 38.2%
Grace Woods C 181 5.3%
Jon Mainprize NF 125 3.6%

University [Lab gain from LD]

Joyce Korczak Fields Lab 1026 49.3%
Christine Randall LD 679 32.6%
Nikki Knowles C 143 6.9%
Julian Penna UKIP 132 6.3%
James Russell Grn 84 4.0%
Simon Pickering Ind 17 0.8%

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