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Local Election Results 2016

Southampton

One-third of council up for election.

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Consolidated results — Southampton 2016

Party Votes Percent Seats
Labour 21294 41.6% 12
Conservative 15576 30.5% 5
UK Independence Party 4444 8.7% 0
Liberal Democrat 3599 7.0% 0
Green Party 3146 6.2% 0
Independent 2286 4.5% 1
Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 802 1.6% 0

Bargate

Darren Paffey Lab 1285 46.7%
Spencer Bowman C 867 31.5%
John Easton Ind 243 8.8%
Joseph Cox Grn 221 8.0%
Thomas Gravatt LD 137 5.0%

Bassett

John Hannides C 1452 47.7%
Matthew Renyard Lab 710 23.3%
Steven Hulbert LD 356 11.7%
Jean Romsey UKIP 291 9.6%
James Peploe Grn 204 6.7%
David Rawlinson TUSC 28 0.9%

Bevois

Stephen Barnes-Andrews Lab 1866 69.6%
Felix Davies C 319 11.9%
Rosie Pearce Grn 206 7.7%
Richard Lyons UKIP 151 5.6%
Paul Clarke LD 110 4.1%
Andrew Howe TUSC 30 1.1%

Bitterne

Frances Murphy Lab 1150 41.4%
Edward Osmond C 783 28.2%
Kim Rose UKIP 541 19.5%
Robert Naish LD 132 4.8%
Jodie Copeland Grn 128 4.6%
Dawn Strutt TUSC 42 1.5%

Bitterne Park

Ivan White C 1398 42.3%
Stephen Fenerty Lab 1223 37.0%
Jennifer Barnes Grn 342 10.4%
James Read LD 261 7.9%
Linda Boulton TUSC 80 2.4%

Coxford [Ind gain from Lab]

Tammy Thomas Ind 1317 38.7%
Sally Spicer Lab 924 27.2%
Joseph Lockyer UKIP 498 14.6%
Trevor Glasspool C 396 11.6%
Victoria Galton LD 113 3.3%
Richard McQuillan Ind 84 2.5%
Derek Chandler Grn 70 2.1%

Freemantle

David Shields Lab 1623 47.4%
Christopher Grace C 1063 31.0%
Colin Hingston UKIP 306 8.9%
Jonathan Martin Grn 256 7.5%
Amy Greenwood LD 178 5.2%

Harefield (2) [Resignation of Royston Smith]

Peter Baillie C 1525 47.7%
Valerie Laurent C 1362
Mary Lloyd Lab 1054 32.9%
Daniel Lucas Lab 883
Christopher Bluemel Grn 246 7.7%
Carol Lloyd LD 204 6.4%
John Dennis LD 189
Carole Fletcher TUSC 171 5.3%
Michael Mawle Grn 165
Alexander O'Reilly TUSC 133

Millbrook

Sarah Taggart Lab 1517 41.7%
Steven Galton C 1332 36.6%
Pearline Hingston UKIP 442 12.1%
Graham Galton LD 167 4.6%
Jonathan Bean Grn 152 4.2%
Peter Wyatt TUSC 31 0.9%

Peartree

Eamonn Keogh Lab 1655 45.2%
Marley Guthrie C 1178 32.2%
Vincent Avellino UKIP 468 12.8%
Eileen Bowers LD 180 4.9%
Gemma Mathieson Grn 160 4.4%
Michael Marx TUSC 21 0.6%

Portswood [Lab gain from C]

John Savage Lab 1106 33.4%
Linda Norris C 851 25.7%
Adrian Ford LD 823 24.9%
Kieren Brown Grn 313 9.5%
Molly Chandler UKIP 180 5.4%
Nicholas Chaffey TUSC 34 1.0%

Redbridge

Lee Whitbread Lab 1412 46.6%
Stephen McKinnon UKIP 590 19.5%
Preshan Jeevaratnam C 437 14.4%
Denise Wyatt Ind 413 13.6%
Simon Stokes LD 101 3.3%
Christopher James Grn 76 2.5%

Shirley

Mark Chaloner Lab 1931 46.3%
Matthew Turpin C 1142 27.4%
Nicholas Ray UKIP 421 10.1%
Peter Galton LD 253 6.1%
David Fletcher Ind 229 5.5%
John Spottiswoode Grn 198 4.7%

Sholing [C gain from Lab]

James Baillie C 1445 40.5%
Daniel Jeffery Lab 1286 36.1%
Derek Humber UKIP 556 15.6%
Nicholas Ford Grn 120 3.4%
Kenneth Darke LD 110 3.1%
Declan Clune TUSC 50 1.4%

Swaythling

Sharon Mintoff Lab 1145 48.0%
Harmeet Singh Brar C 693 29.0%
Angela Cotton Grn 241 10.1%
Julien Poulain LD 205 8.6%
Kevin Hayes TUSC 102 4.3%

Woolston (2) [Resignation of Caran Chamberlain]

Susan Blatchford Lab 1407 50.3%
Christopher Hammond Lab 1279
Alexander Fiuza C 695 24.8%
Joseph Spencer C 667
Colin Bleach LD 269 9.6%
Susan Atkins TUSC 213 7.6%
Katherine Barbour Grn 213 7.6%
Ronald Meldrum Grn 140
Graham Henry TUSC 125
Keith Reed LD 123

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