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Netley Abbey Ward — Eastleigh

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 Eastleigh council in that year.

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

5th May 2016

David Airey LD 1045 69.3%
Chris Martin UKIP 174 11.5%
Jamie Mills C 166 11.0%
Siobhan O'Rourke Lab 124 8.2%

7th May 2015

Lizette van Niekerk LD 1219 41.1%
Maureen Queen C 786 26.5%
Chris Martin UKIP 668 22.5%
Eileen Marks Lab 291 9.8%

3rd May 2012

David Airey LD 906 60.5%
Chris Martin UKIP 274 18.3%
Maureen Queen C 178 11.9%
Sue Parkinson Lab 139 9.3%

5th May 2011

Luke McNulty LD 1017 58.0%
Michael Holliday C 298 17.0%
Chris Martin UKIP 237 13.5%
Beryl Addison Lab 200 11.4%

1st May 2008

David Airey LD 1011 66.1%
Brian Sandom C 300 19.6%
Chris Martin UKIP 162 10.6%
Beryl Addison Lab 57 3.7%

3rd May 2007

Luke McNulty LD 885 59.5%
Maureen Queen C 377 25.4%
Fred Estall UKIP 137 9.2%
Gwyneth Hubert Lab 88 5.9%

10th June 2004

David Airey LD 895 64.7%
Edward Brandt C 201 14.5%
Neil Smith UKIP 187 13.5%
Peter Woodcock Lab 100 7.2%

1st May 2003

George Wintle LD 743 62.5%
Anthony Blackman C 287 24.2%
Matthew Crocker Lab 158 13.3%

2nd May 2002 (2 seats)

David Airey LD 874 63.8%
George Wintle LD 746
Sophie Harris C 273 19.9%
Peter Madsden C 254
Moira Cam Lab 223 16.3%
Matthew Crocker Lab 181

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