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Biggin Hill Ward — Bromley

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3rd May 2018 (2 seats) [2 Ind gains from C]

Julian Benington Ind 1175 34.4%
Melanie Stevens Ind 1149
Linda Hewitt C 929 27.2%
Toby Sims C 848
Julian Grainger UKIP 360 10.5%
Geoff Gostt LD 336 9.8%
Emmett Jenner UKIP 301
Timothy Fisher Lab 242 7.1%
Clive Gunby Lab 224
Karen Wheller Grn 205 6.0%
Paul Enock Grn 182
Graham Casey LD 171 5.0%

22nd May 2014 (2 seats)

Julian Benington C 1652 41.8%
Melanie Stevens C 1282
Emmett Jenner UKIP 1185 30.0%
Geoffrey Gostt LD 501 12.7%
Walter Shekyls LD 428
Colin Savage Lab 314 7.9%
Laura Yeates Grn 300 7.6%
Michael Roberts Lab 203

6th May 2010 (2 seats)

Gordon Norrie C 2855 49.0%
Julian Benington C 2679
Geoffrey Gostt LD 1769 30.4%
Walter Shekyls LD 1552
Christopher Greenhough UKIP 467 8.0%
Michael Payne BNP 390 6.7%
Jeannette Carter Lab 345 5.9%
Keith Galley Lab 344

4th May 2006 (2 seats) [2 C gains from LD]

Gordon Norrie C 1708 51.9%
Julian Benington C 1651
Geoffrey Gostt LD 1476 44.8%
Bob Shekyls LD 1426
Patrick Collins Lab 107 3.3%
Christopher Price Lab 107

2nd May 2002 (2 seats)

Geoffrey Gostt LD 1432 50.7%
Bob Shekyls LD 1402
Gordon Norrie C 1139 40.3%
Matthew Phipps C 993
Arthur Holmans UKIP 132 4.7%
Keith Galley Lab 124 4.4%
Brendan French Lab 121

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