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Newland Ward — Kingston upon Hull

Note:— Local by-elections may be missing. If the result for a particular year does not appear on this page, click on the link to see all results for Kingston upon Hull council in that year.

This ward was abolished or subjected to boundary changes in 2018.

5th May 2016

Mike Ross LD 922 54.3%
Phil Pocknee Lab 613 36.1%
Chris d'Andilly UKIP 140 8.2%
Lewis Worrow C 22 1.3%

7th May 2015

Gwendoline Lunn Lab 1142 34.3%
Lee Fallin LD 1077 32.4%
Michael Lammiman Grn 512 15.4%
Benjamin Fuller UKIP 350 10.5%
Samantha Davis C 246 7.4%

3rd May 2012

Mike Ross LD 883 58.2%
Brian Navier Lab 426 28.1%
James Russell Grn 119 7.8%
Sam Lee C 89 5.9%

5th May 2011 [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%

1st May 2008

Michael Ross LD 720 55.8%
Martin Mancey Lab 326 25.3%
Louise Muston Grn 126 9.8%
Andrew Singleton C 118 9.1%

3rd May 2007

Mark Collinson LD 711 55.4%
Iain Keers Lab 329 25.6%
Ruth Nicol Grn 135 10.5%
Martine Martin C 108 8.4%

10th June 2004

Michael Ross LD 1154 65.3%
Philip Morrell Lab 355 20.1%
Robert Brown C 148 8.4%
Carl Wagner LCA 109 6.2%

1st May 2003

Mark Collinson LD 587 44.6%
Rodney Evans Lab 506 38.5%
Basil Bulmer C 106 8.1%
James Russell Grn 77 5.9%
Carl Wagner LCA 39 3.0%

2nd May 2002 (2 seats)

Michael Ross LD 1013 55.0%
Mark Collinson LD 1008
Daniel Brown Lab 548 29.8%
Patrick Walker Lab 482
James Russell Grn 147 8.0%
Peter Caswell C 134 7.3%
Ramesh Chhabra C 101

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