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Bradford Moor
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First Avenue in the north of the ward
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2004 Boundaries of Bradford Moor Ward
Population21,210 (ward.2011)
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Bradford Moor is an electoral ward within the City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council. The population of the ward at the 2011 Census was 21,210.[1] The ward includes the areas of Laisterdyke and Thornbury.


Bradford Moor Barracks were located at the corner of Leeds Old Road and Killinghall Road.


The ward covers the areas of Bradford known as Bradford Moor, Laisterdyke and Thornbury. It is bordered on the west by Barkerend and the south by Bowling (both part of the same ward); on the north side is Eccleshill ward and on the east is the Pudsey area of Leeds. The direct route between the centres of Bradford and Leeds passes through the middle of the ward as Leeds Old Road (B6381).

Bradford Moor was originally a moor, as the name suggests. Despite being near the centre of Bradford, it was urbanised relatively late in the city's history, but is now inner-city in character.


The ward is represented on Bradford Council by two Labour Party councillors, Mohammed Shafiq and Zafar Iqbal, and one Liberal Democrat councillor, Riaz Ahmed.[2]

Election Councillor Councillor Councillor
2004 Diloar J. Ali (Lib Dem) Ghazanfer Khaliq (Lab) Riaz Ahmed (Lib Dem)
2006 Mohammed Shafiq (Lab) Ghazanfer Khaliq (Lab) Riaz Ahmed (Lib Dem)
2007 Mohammed Shafiq (Lab) Ghazanfer Khaliq (Lab) Riaz Ahmed (Lib Dem)
2008 Mohammed Shafiq (Lab) Ghazanfer Khaliq (Lab) Riaz Ahmed (Lib Dem)
2010 Mohammed Shafiq (Lab) Ghazanfer Khaliq (Lab) Riaz Ahmed (Lib Dem)
2011 Mohammed Shafiq (Lab) Ghazanfer Khaliq (Lab) Riaz Ahmed (Lib Dem)
2012 Mohammed Shafiq (Lab) Ghazanfer Khaliq (Lab) Faisal Khan (Respect)
October 2013 Mohammed Shafiq (Lab) Ghazanfer Khaliq (Lab) Faisal Khan (Ind)[3]
2014 Mohammed Shafiq (Lab) Ghazanfer Khaliq (Lab) Faisal Khan (Ind)
March 2015 Mohammed Shafiq (Lab) Ghazanfer Khaliq (Lab) Faisal Khan (Respect)[4]
May 2015 Mohammed Shafiq (Lab) Zafar Iqbal (Lab) Faisal Khan (Respect)
2016 Mohammed Shafiq (Lab) Zafar Iqbal (Lab) Riaz Ahmed (Lib Dem)

  indicates seat up for re-election.   indicates councillor defection.

See also


  1. ^ "City of Bradford Ward population 2011". Neighbourhood Statistics. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 21 February 2016.
  2. ^ "Your councillors by ward". City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council. Retrieved 23 September 2017.
  3. ^ Black, Michael (25 October 2013). "All five Respect councillors in Bradford quit party in bitter rift with officials". Telegraph and Argus. Retrieved 25 September 2017.
  4. ^ Pidd, Helen (31 March 2015). "Four Bradford councillors rejoin George Galloway's Respect party". The Guardian. Retrieved 25 September 2017.

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