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City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council election, 2014

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 2014 City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council election took place on 22 May 2014.[1] This was on the same day as other local elections.

Results of the 2014 local elections in Bradford
Results of the 2014 local elections in Bradford

Results

Bradford City Council Election Result 2014[2]
Party Candidates Votes
Stood Elected Gained Unseated Net % of total % Net %
  Labour 31 16 Increase1 Decrease1 Steady 51.6% 40.5% 55,210 Increase5.6%
  Conservative 31 8 Steady Decrease2 Decrease2 25.8% 20.2% 27,518 Decrease12.4%
  Liberal Democrat 31 3 Steady Steady Steady 9.7% 11.1% 15,106 Decrease10.7%
  Independent 6 2 Increase1 Steady Increase1 6.4% 4.8% 6,495 Increase4.0%
  UKIP 16 1 Increase1 Steady Increase1 3.2% 12.6% 17,117 Increase11.2%
  Green 15 1 Steady Steady Steady 3.2% 5.0% 6,863 Increase1.9%
  Respect 9 Steady Steady Steady Steady 0% 4.3% 5,818 Increase0.1%
  Peace 1 Steady Steady Steady Steady 0% 0.7% 985 Increase0.7%
  British Democratic 2 Steady Steady Steady Steady 0% 0.2% 267 Decrease4.2%
Party Previous council New council
Labour 45 46
Conservative 24 21
Liberal Democrat 8 8
Respect 5 0
Independent 5 11
Green 3 3
UKIP 0 1
Total 90 90
Working majority  0   2 

Ward Results

Baildon ward

Baildon
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Valerie Margaret Townend 2,258 45.8% Decrease1.3%
Liberal Democrat Ian James Lyons 1,473 29.9% Decrease7.3%
Labour Joseph Thomas Ashton 842 17.1% Increase4.9%
Green Alexander Charles Newsham 330 6.7% Increase3.5%
Majority 785 15.9% Increase5.9%
Turnout 4,929 41.6% Decrease33.7%
Conservative hold Swing Increase3%

Bingley ward

Bingley
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative David Heseltine 2,183 39.9% Decrease10.5%
Labour Andrew David Mawson 1,307 23.9% Decrease1.5%
UKIP Lynne Hannam Edgley 1,295 23.7% Increase23.7%
Green Darren James Parkinson 452 8.3% 2.0%
Liberal Democrat Christine Betty Briggs 213 3.9% Decrease13.6%
Majority 876 16.0% Decrease8.9%
Turnout 5,467 38.3% Decrease36.1%
Conservative hold Swing Decrease4.5%

Bingley Rural ward

Bingley Rural
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Michael George Ellis 2,047 40.0% Decrease9.3%
UKIP Stephen Henry 1,485 29.0% Increase22.4%
Labour Andrew David McCormick 935 18.3% Decrease3.0%
Green Brian Newham 405 7.9% Increase4.1%
Liberal Democrat Kay Kirkham 240 4.7% Decrease13.8%
Majority 562 11.0% Decrease17.0%
Turnout 5,122 37.1% Decrease36.0%
Conservative hold Swing Decrease15.8%

Bolton and Undercliffe ward

Bolton and Undercliffe
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Rachel Emma Sunderland 1,969 50.3% Increase4.8%
Labour Frank Dignan 1,462 37.4% Increase12.2%
Conservative Christopher Michael Clapham 412 10.5% Decrease7.8%
Majority 507 13.0% Decrease7.4%
Turnout 3,911 35.1% Decrease27.7%
Liberal Democrat hold Swing Increase3.7%

Bowling and Barkerend ward

Bowling and Barkerend
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Rizwana Jamil 2,532 55.8% Increase21.3%
Liberal Democrat Michael Andrew Stelling 863 19.0% Decrease6.5%
Respect Mohammed Ashraf Miah 829 18.3% Increase15.4%
Conservative Zaf Shah 249 5.5% Decrease30.8%
Majority 1,669 36.8% Increase35.0%
Turnout 4,534 36.4% Decrease22.6%
Labour gain from Conservative Swing Increase13.9%

Bradford Moor ward

Bradford Moor
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Mohammed Shafiq 2,671 46.7% Increase4.2%
Liberal Democrat Riaz Ahmed 2,615 45.7% Increase12.7%
Respect Arshad Ali 238 4.2% Increase4.2%
Conservative Mohammed Tunveer 147 2.6% Decrease20.8%
Majority 56 1.0% Decrease8.6%
Turnout 5,723 48.8% Decrease16.1
Labour hold Swing Decrease4.3%

City ward

City
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Mohammed Nazam Azam 3,510 78.0% Increase15.5%
Respect Syed Musuab Ali 656 14.6% Increase14.6%
Liberal Democrat Stacey Yeadon 156 3.5% Decrease4.6%
Conservative Shahid Nabi 142 3.2% Decrease17.5%
Majority 2,854 63.4% Increase21.6%
Turnout 4,502 36.9% Decrease22.6%
Labour hold Swing Increase0.5%

Clayton and Fairweather Green ward

Clayton & Fairweather Green
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Sinead Engel 1,963 51.3% Increase11.8%
UKIP James David Vasey 1,037 27.1% Increase27.1%
Conservative Andrea Louise Taylor 674 17.6% Decrease9.2%
Liberal Democrat Nicola Pollard 145 3.8% Decrease13.1%
Majority 926 24.2% Increase11.5%
Turnout 3,829 33.9% Decrease31.8%
Labour hold Swing Decrease7.7%

Craven ward

A second seat (won by Christopher Atkinson) was contested following the death in office of Councillor Michael Kelly.[3]

Craven
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Andrew Charles Mallinson 1864
Independent Christopher Michael Atkinson 1852
Independent Catherine Jane Coates 1478
Conservative Andrew Charles Rowley 1091
Labour Valerie Judith Carroll 1073
Independent David Michael Mullen 652
Labour Luke Edward Antony Joseph Maunsell 626
Green Margaret Kathryn Forrest 449
Liberal Democrat Samuel Edwin Harris 179
Liberal Democrat Michael Robert Thomas Powell 128
Majority
Turnout
Conservative hold Swing
Independent gain from Conservative Swing

Eccleshill ward

Eccleshill
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Geoff Reid 1,541 35.0% Decrease3.9%
Labour Stephen James Davison 1,324 30.1% Increase2.8%
Conservative Terrance John Pearson 514 11.7% Decrease5.4%
Green Robert Minter Nicholls 391 8.9% Increase8.9%
Majority 217 4.9% Decrease6.7%
Turnout 4,402 36.5% Decrease23.9%
Liberal Democrat hold Swing Decrease3.4%

Great Horton ward

Great Horton
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Joanne Margaret Dodds 2,696 63.2% Increase7.8%
UKIP James Scott Beech 694 16.3% Increase16.3%
Conservative Abdul Samed Zaman 548 63.2% Decrease11.0%
Respect Joseph Nael Hayat 196 4.6% Increase4.6%
Liberal Democrat Mary Slingsby 115 2.7% Decrease17.1%
Majority 2,002 46.9% Increase15.3%
Turnout 4,266 38.2% Decrease20.3%
Labour hold Swing Decrease4.3%

Heaton ward

Heaton
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Nussrat Mohammed 1,784 36.3% Decrease0.6%
Peace Imdad Hussain 985 20.1% Increase20.1%
Green David Michael Ford 893 18.2% Increase1.7
Conservative Sajid Mahmood 665 13.5% Decrease16.7%
Respect Peter William John Davis 408 8.3% Increase4.0%
Liberal Democrat Mike McNally 131 2.7% Decrease8.7%
Majority 799 16.3% Decrease10.7%
Turnout 4,909 44.8% Decrease25.1%
Labour hold Swing Decrease8.0%

The incumbent was Imdad Hussain who had been elected for the Labour party but was suspended from the Labour Party for two years in 2012 when he failed to declare being banned as a company director. He subsequently joined the Peace Party becoming their only councillor and standing under that banner for re-election.[4]. Imdad was punched and his windscreen smashed in two separate incidents while canvassing for this election. He called for calm and said that tensions were really high. [5]

Idle and Thackley ward

Idle and Thackley
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Dominic Fear 2,334 57.5% Increase5.6%
Labour Angela Tait 889 21.9% Increase3.5%
Conservative Peter Andrew Robert Mills 838 20.6% Decrease4.2%
Majority 1,445 35.6% Increase8.6%
Turnout 4,061 33.0% Decrease45.6%
Liberal Democrat hold Swing Decrease1.1%

Ilkley ward

Ilkley
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Michael Peter Gibbons 2,705 51.7% Increase1.4%
Labour Alexander James MacPherson 1,303 24.9% Increase4.6%
Green Brian Richard Ford 508 9.7% Increase2.9%
Liberal Democrat Peter Alan Ferguson 359 6.9% Decrease11.5%
UKIP Paul John Latham 348 6.7% Increase2.9%
Majority 1,402 26.8% Decrease4.1%
Turnout 5,231 44.5% Decrease26.8%
Conservative hold Swing Decrease1.6%

Keighley Central ward

Keighley Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Abid Hussain 3,418 63.5% Increase9.3%
Conservative Akbar Ali 745 13.8% Decrease9.4%
UKIP George Michael Firth 722 13.4% Increase13.4%
Green Rohman Ali 236 4.4% Increase0.4%
Liberal Democrat Pauline Rogan 222 4.1% Decrease13.2%
Majority 2,673 49.7% Increase18.7%
Turnout 5,381 46.0% Decrease25.0%
Labour hold Swing Increase9.4%

Keighley East ward

Keighley East
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Stephen Pullen 1,881 39.0% Decrease2.4%
UKIP Ian Bannister 1,192 24.7% Increase24.7%
Conservative Allan Joseph Doherty 968 20.1% Decrease18.3%
Respect Shazad Murtaza 492 10.2% Increase10.2%
Liberal Democrat Judith Brooksbank 263 5.5% Decrease14.0%
Majority 689 14.3% Increase11.2%
Turnout 4,825 40.1% Decrease24.7%
Labour hold Swing Decrease13.5%

Keighley West ward

In October 2016 Brian Morris quit UKIP and became an independent councillor.[6]

Keighley West
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Brian Morris 1,418 39.8% Increase39.8%
Labour Keith Edward Dredge* 1,252 35.1% Decrease4.1%
Conservative Ryan Thomas Andrew Brown 613 17.2% Decrease19.6%
Green Barbara Elizabeth Archer 208 5.8% Increase5.8%
Liberal Democrat Jack Taylor 63
Majority 166 4.7% Increase2.2%
Turnout 3,566 31.1% Decrease28.7%
UKIP gain from Labour Swing Increase21.9%

Little Horton ward

Little Horton
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Naveeda Ikram* 3,297 74.9% Increase15.6%
Respect Shamsher Malik Yasin 722 16.4% Increase16.4%
Liberal Democrat Shabir Ahmed Butt 181 4.1% Decrease14.8%
Conservative Altaf Hussain 137 3.1% Decrease17.9%
Majority 2,575 58.5% Increase20.2%
Turnout 4,402 38.2% 25.9%
Labour hold Swing Decrease0.4%

Manningham ward

Manningham
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Shabir Hussain* 3,218 61.3% Increase2.2%
Respect Naweed Hussain 1,617 30.8% Increase30.8%
Green John Edward Robinson 170 3.2% Decrease1.3%
Conservative Hassan Nadim 120 2.3% Decrease5.6%
Liberal Democrat Margaret Isobel Chadwick 92 1.8% Decrease25.9%
Majority 1,601 30.5% Decrease1.0%
Turnout 5,246 46.1% Decrease20.3%
Labour hold Swing Decrease14.3%

Queensbury ward

Paul Cromie was elected to represent the British National Party in 2010 but then left the party in 2011 standing as The Queensbury Ward Independents with his wife Jane Cromie who won another of the Queensbury councillor seats in 2011.[7]

Queensbury
Party Candidate Votes % ±
The Queensbury Ward Independents Paul Gregory Smith Cromie* 1,377 35.7% Increase5.0%
UKIP Jason Paul Smith 1,262 32.7% Increase27.4%
Labour Rosemary Watson 628 16.3% Decrease4.7%
Conservative John Antony Robertshaw 489 12.7% Decrease17.8%
Liberal Democrat Ruth Mary Sharples Weston 89 2.3% Decrease9.9%
Majority 115 3.0% Increase2.8%
Turnout 3,855 32.1% Decrease25.8%
Independent hold Swing Decrease11.2%

Royds ward

Royds
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Valerie Slater* 1,389 40.5% Decrease1.0%
UKIP John James Worsley 1,232 35.9% Increase35.9%
Conservative David John Servant 464 13.5% Decrease8.9%
Liberal Democrat Shauna Ann Devonshire 177 5.2% Decrease11.6%
British Democratic James Graham Lewthwaite 152 4.4% Decrease11.3%
Majority 157 4.6% Decrease14.4%
Turnout 3,431 28.6% Decrease14.4%
Labour hold Swing Decrease18.4%

Shipley ward

Shipley
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Green Hawarun Nessa Hussain* 2,037 43.7% Increase13.6%
Labour Aidan Paul Enright 1,048 22.5% Decrease1.3%
Conservative Thomas William Banks 805 17.3% Decrease9.2%
UKIP Philip Edward Bird 647 13.9% Increase8.6%
Liberal Democrat Liam James Preston 118 2.5% Decrease11.6%
Majority 989 21.2% Increase17.6%
Turnout 4,665 41.2% Decrease23.6%
Green hold Swing Increase7.5%

Thornton and Allerton ward

Thornton and Allerton
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Richard Lee Dunbar 1,737 45.5% Increase15.2%
Conservative Clive Thomas Richardson 1,685 44.1% Increase4.9%
Liberal Democrat Susan Anne Elliott 298 7.8% Decrease7.0%
Majority 52 1.4% Decrease7.5%
Turnout 3,818 33.1% Decrease40.6%
Labour gain from Conservative Swing Increase5.1%

Toller ward

Toller
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Imran Hussain* 4,850 80.3% Increase23.7%
Respect Bilal Ali 660 10.9% Increase7.5%
Green James Alistair Kirkcaldy 209 3.5% Increase1.1%
Conservative Hashim Mohammad Al-Kohan 205 3.4% Decrease27.4%
Liberal Democrat David Leeming 93 1.5% Decrease4.3%
Majority 4,190 69.3% Increase43.6%
Turnout 6,043 50.8% Decrease2.4%
Labour hold Swing Increase8.1%

Tong ward

Tong
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Alan Frederick Wainwright* 1,156 42.4% Decrease0.3%
UKIP Bernard Francis Pringle 945 34.7% Increase34.7%
Conservative Edward Christopher Ward 339 12.4% Decrease12.4%
Liberal Democrat Kirsty Louise Yeadon 159 5.8% Decrease12.1%
British Democratic Liam Andrew Kernaghan 115 4.2% Decrease9.9%
Majority 211 7.7% Decrease10.2%
Turnout 2,725 23.4% Decrease57.5%
Labour hold Swing Decrease17.5%

The percentage change for the British Democratic Party (2013) candidate is compared to the British National Party candidate in the 2010 election.

Wharfedale ward

Wharfedale
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Gerald Anthony Granville Barker 1,737 42.2% Decrease10.8%
Independent Stephen David Ellams 1,017 24.7% Increase24.7%
Labour Niccola Swan 737 17.9% Increase2.1%
Green Janet Souyave 393 9.5% Increase3.2%
Liberal Democrat Paul James Treadwell 220 5.3% Decrease19.1%
Majority 720 17.5% Decrease11.1%
Turnout 4,119 44.0% Decrease18.5%
Conservative hold Swing Decrease6.5%

Chris Graves was the incumbent, who stood down at this election.

Wibsey ward

Wibsey
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Lynne Eleanor Smith* 1,467 41.7% Increase1.5%
UKIP James Andrew Illingworth 1,355 38.5% Increase33.7%
Conservative Richard Ian Sheard 499 14.2% Decrease9.1%
Liberal Democrat Brian James Boulton 191 5.4% Decrease13.5%
Majority 112 3.2% Decrease13.7%
Turnout 3,520 33.3% Decrease31.2%
Labour hold Swing Decrease16.1%

Windhill and Wrose ward

Windhill and Wrose
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Vanda Greenwood* 1,799 47.1% Increase7.7%
UKIP Hong Vi La 1,089 28.5% Increase28.5%
Conservative Claire-Marie Elizabeth Parr 467 12.2% Decrease5.0%
Liberal Democrat Gillian Thorne 282 7.4% Decrease24.3%
Green Helen Love 169 4.4% Increase4.4%
Majority 710 18.6% Increase10.8%
Turnout 3,817 34.6% Decrease39.3%
Labour hold Swing Decrease10.4%

Worth Valley ward

Worth Valley
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Glen William Miller* 1,384 34.2% Decrease10.9%
UKIP Peter Allan Gilchrist Corkindale 1,169 28.9% Increase28.9%
Labour Mark Bernard Curtis 1,067 26.4% Decrease3.9%
Green Celia Ruth Hickson 310 7.7% Increase7.7%
Liberal Democrat Alan Sykes 104 2.6% Decrease15.4%
Majority 215 5.3% Decrease9.5%
Turnout 4,043 37.8% Decrease26.2%
Conservative hold Swing Decrease19.9%

Wyke ward

Wyke
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour David Warburton* 1,349 40.6% Increase2.7%
UKIP Lois Wood 1,227 37.0% Increase37.0%
Conservative Richard Milczanowski 524 15.8% Decrease11.5%
Independent Neil Craig 119 3.6% Increase3.6%
Liberal Democrat Kevin Anthony Hall 93 2.8% Decrease14.4%
Majority 122 3.7% Decrease7.0%
Turnout 3,319 32.0% Decrease32.0%
Labour hold Swing Decrease17.2%

References

  1. ^ "England council results". BBC News. Retrieved 23 May 2014. 
  2. ^ "Local Election Results May 2014". www.camden.gov.uk. Bradford City. Retrieved 2014-11-17. 
  3. ^ Staff writer (6 February 2014). "Tributes paid to Craven ward councillor Michael Kelly". Craven Herald. Retrieved 24 September 2017. 
  4. ^ "Councillor failed to disclose being banned as a company director". Telegraph & Argus. Retrieved 26 May 2018. 
  5. ^ "Call for calm after Councillor punched". Telegraph & Argus. Retrieved 26 May 2018. 
  6. ^ Rahman, Miran (12 October 2016). "Councillors Brian Morris and Peter Corkindale quit UKIP". Retrieved 26 September 2017. 
  7. ^ O'Rourke, Tanya (20 June 2011). "Paul and Lynda Cromie stand down for 'personal reasons'". Telegraph and Argus. Retrieved 4 October 2017. 
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