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City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council election, 2016

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2016 local election results in Bradford
2016 local election results in Bradford

The 2016 City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council election took place on 5 May 2016. This was on the same day as other local elections. One councillor was elected in each ward for a four-year term. Each ward is represented by three councillors, the election of which is staggered, so only one third of the councillors were elected in this election.

Election Result

Of the Council's 90 seats, 30 were up for election.

Bradford Council election, 2016
Party Candidates Votes
Stood Elected Gained Unseated Net % of total % Net %
  Labour 30 15 Increase Decrease Steady 40 Steady
  Conservative 30 5 Increase Decrease Steady 22 Steady
  Liberal Democrat 30 4 Increase Decrease Steady 12 Steady
  Green 26 1 Increase Decrease Steady 6 Steady
  UKIP 20 0 Increase Decrease Steady 11 Steady
  Independent 9 2 Increase Decrease Steady 5 Steady
  TUSC 1 0 Increase Decrease Steady 351 Steady
  British Democratic 1 0 Increase Decrease Steady 89 Steady
Party Previous council New council
Labour 46 49
Conservative 23 21
Liberal Democrat 9 10
Independent 8 6
Green 3 3
UKIP 1 1
Total 90 90
Working majority  2      

Ward results

An asterisk denotes an incumbent.

Baildon ward

Baildon
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Debbie Davies 2,192 48
Labour Peter Joseph Ashton 988 21
Liberal Democrat John Malcolm Charles Cole 866 19
UKIP Dale Andrew Normington 382 8
Green Carl Andrew Dunk 184 4
Majority 1,204 26.1
Turnout 4,612 39
Conservative hold Swing

Bingley ward

Bingley
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative John Allan Pennington* 2,720 45
Labour Joe Wheatley 1,673 28
UKIP Sara Hardman 876 14
Green Matthew Clive Edwards 528 9
Liberal Democrat Peter Shannon Russell 283 5
Majority 1,047 17.2
Turnout 6,080 44
Conservative hold Swing

Bingley Rural ward

Bingley Rural
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Naveed Riaz 1,990 38
UKIP Derrick John Hodgson 1,282 24
Labour Barney James Simkins O'Connor 1.208 23
Liberal Democrat Helen Baranowski 505 10
Green Brian Newham 305 6
Majority 708 13.4
Turnout 5,290 39
Conservative hold Swing

Bolton and Undercliffe ward

Bolton and Undercliffe
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat David Ward 2,088 52
Labour Frank Dignan 1,214 30
UKIP Jonathan Daniel Stewart Barras 443 11
Conservative Geoff Whiteley 179 4
Green Alexander Charles Newsham 75 2
Majority 874 21.9
Turnout 3,999 37
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Bowling and Barkerend ward

Bowling and Barkerend
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Hassan Uzzaman Khan* 2,643 67
Liberal Democrat Bacha Sayed 650 17
TUSC Ian Slattery 351 9
Conservative Altaf Hussain 278 7
Majority 1,993 50.8
Turnout 3,922 34
Labour hold Swing

Bradford Moor ward

The incumbent Faisal Khan was elected as a councillor for the Respect Party but resigned from the party in October 2013 and served as an independent councillor[3] until March 2015 when he rejoined the party.[4]

Bradford Moor
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Riaz Ahmed 2,586 49.5
Labour Sabiya Khan 2536 48.6
Conservative Naveed Ilyas 100 1.9
Majority 50 1
Turnout 5,222 46
Liberal Democrat gain from Respect Swing

City ward

The incumbent Ruqayyah Collector was elected as a councillor for the Respect Party but resigned from the party in October 2013 and served as an independent councillor[3] until March 2015 when he rejoined the party.[4]

City
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Aneela Bano Ahmed 2,192 57
Conservative Munir Ahmed 1,356 35
Green David Cooper 251 6
Liberal Democrat Tariq Mahmood 80 2
Majority 836 21.6
Turnout 3,879 36
Labour gain from Respect Swing

Clayton and Fairweather Green ward

Clayton & Fairweather Green
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Anjali Michelle Swallow* 1,990 54
Conservative Mohammed 'Harry' Boota 708 19
UKIP James David Vasey 702 19
Liberal Democrat Steven Michael Cotterill 160 4
Green Norma Russell 145 4
Majority 1,282 34.6
Turnout 3,705 34
Labour hold Swing

Craven ward

Craven
Party Candidate Votes % ±
The Independents Adrian Paul Naylor* 1,767 38
Conservative Peter William Clarke 1,324 28
Labour Val Carroll 1,225 26
Green Peter Alan Rawstron Ferguson 197 4
Liberal Democrat Gerald Stuart Ebden 185 4
Majority 443 9.4
Turnout 4,698 36
Independent hold Swing

Eccleshill ward

Eccleshill
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Brendan Robert Stubbs 1,678 44
Labour Munsaf Dad Saddiq 1,123 30
UKIP Lara Joy Barras 611 16
Conservative Terry Pearson 281 7
Green Helen Love 87 2
Majority 555 14.7
Turnout 3,780 33
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Great Horton ward

Great Horton
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Abdul Jabar* 2,894 72
UKIP Jamie Illingworth 445 11
Conservative Hashim Mohammad Kohan 304 8
Liberal Democrat Mary Slingsby 238 6
Green Michael John Stanlick 132 3
Majority 2,449 61
Turnout 4,013 39
Labour hold Swing

Heaton ward

The incumbent Mohammad Shabbir was elected as a councillor for the Respect Party but resigned from the party in October 2013 and served until April 2015 as an independent councillor,[3] he then joined the Labour Party.[5]

Heaton
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Mohammad Shabbir* 2,236 48
Conservative Sajid Akhtar 1,566 34
Green Celia Ruth Hickson 727 16
Liberal Democrat Sayed Salman 92 2
Majority 670 14.5
Turnout 4,621 42
Labour hold Swing

Idle and Thackley ward

Idle and Thackley
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Alun Owen Griffiths* 2,567 60
Labour Rupert Oliver 654 15
UKIP Garry Blackmore 640 15
Conservative Falak Naz Ahmed 267 6
Green Sarah Elizabeth Dick 130 3
Majority 1,913 44.9
Turnout 4,258 35
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Ilkley ward

Ilkley
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Independent Anne Gillian Hawkesworth* 2,260 42
Conservative Paul Marcus Barrett 1,386 26
Labour Henri Forbes Murison 1,147 21
Green Claire Darling 309 6
UKIP Paul John Latham 224 4
Liberal Democrat Kay Kirkham 103 2
Majority 874 16.1
Turnout 5,429 46
Independent hold Swing

Keighley Central ward

Keighley Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Independent Khadim Hussain* 2,571 46
Labour Kaneez Akthar 1,634 29
Conservative Abdul Nasser Razak 641 11
UKIP Mark Philip Hudson 437 8
Liberal Democrat Paul Michael Mann 187 3
Green Daisy May Knight 143 3
Independent Allah Ditta 34 1
Majority 937 16.6
Turnout 5,647 51
Independent hold Swing

Keighley East ward

Keighley East
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Malcolm Slater* 2,671 57
Conservative Mark Francis Startin 994 21
UKIP Mark Eric Shaw 735 16
Green Jonni Thurling 154 3
Liberal Democrat Martin Beetham 123 3
Majority 1,677 35.9
Turnout 4,677 40
Labour hold Swing

Keighley West ward

Keighley West
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Adrian Stuart Farley* 1,588 45
Conservative Christopher John Herd 1,034 29
UKIP Ian Ross Dermondy 754 21
Green Brian Richard Ford 77 2
Liberal Democrat Margaret Isobel Chadwick 71 2
Majority 554 15.7
Turnout 3,524 32
Labour hold Swing

Little Horton ward

The incumbent Alyas Karmani was elected as a councillor for the Respect Party but resigned from the party in October 2013 and served as an independent councillor[3] until March 2015 when he rejoined the party.[4]

Little Horton
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Independent Talat Sajawal 2,561 55
Labour Omar Hussain 1,814 39
Liberal Democrat Ian Vipond 130 3
Conservative Rizwan Sakhawat 110 2
Green Nurjahan Ali Arobi 81 2
Majority 747 15.9
Turnout 4,696 44
Independent gain from Respect Swing

Manningham ward

The incumbent Ishtiaq Ahmed was elected as a councillor for the Respect Party but resigned from the party in October 2013 and served as an independent councillor[3] until March 2015 when he rejoined the party.[4]

Manningham
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Sarfraz Nazir 3,233 70
Liberal Democrat Mohammad Ishrat Mirza 1,019 22
Green John Edward Robinson 197 4
Conservative Ghazanfar Hussain 195 4
Majority 2,214 47.7
Turnout 4,644 44
Labour gain from Respect Swing

Queensbury ward

Queensbury
Party Candidate Votes % ±
The Queensbury Ward Independents Lynda Jane Cromie 1,507 38
UKIP Jason Paul Smith 972 25
Labour Andy Walsh 674 17
Conservative Michael Walls* 597 15
Green Eithne Mary Dodwell 128 3
Liberal Democrat James Hunt 53 1
Majority 535 13.6
Turnout 3,931 33
The Queensbury Ward Independents gain from Conservative

Royds ward

Royds
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Andrew Thornton* 1,398 44
UKIP Lois Wood 1,173 37
Conservative Ryan John Gerald Robertshaw 462 15
Liberal Democrat Shauna Ann Devonshire 136 4
Majority 225 7.1
Turnout 3,169 27
Labour hold Swing

Shipley ward

Shipley
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Green Martin John Love* 2,231 47
Labour Ben Pickles 1,579 33
Conservative David John Servant 800 17
Liberal Democrat Christine Betty Briggs 152 3
Majority 652 13.7
Turnout 4,762 43
Green hold Swing

Thornton and Allerton ward

Thornton and Allerton
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Beverley Winifred Mullaney 1,795 43
Conservative Charles Malcolm Sykes* 1,501 36
UKIP Michael Evan McCabe 533 13
Green Helen Elizabeth Marriott 200 5
Liberal Democrat Susan Anne Elliott 111 3
Majority 294 7.1
Turnout 4,410 36
Labour gain from Conservative Swing

Toller ward

Toller
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Arshad Hussain* 3,254 64
Green Sean Dobiech 1,315 26
Conservative Raja Altaf Hussain 189 3
Independent Kasir Bashir Hussain 185 4
Liberal Democrat Amjad Ali 148 3
Majority 1,939 38.1
Turnout 5,091 45
Labour hold Swing

Tong ward

Tong
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Michael Johnson* 1,143 46
UKIP Lincoln Stead 823 33
Conservative Eddie Ward 372 15
Liberal Democrat Kirsty Louise Yeadon 161 6
Majority 320 12.8
Turnout 2,499 22
Labour hold Swing

Wharfedale ward

Wharfedale
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Dale Smith* 2,145 54
Labour Caroline Rebecca Davison Firth 906 23
Liberal Democrat Bob Jones 491 12
Green Janet Souyave 395 10
Majority 1,239 31.5
Turnout 3,937 42
Conservative hold Swing

Wibsey ward

Wibsey
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour David Michael Adam Green* 1,651 47
UKIP Bernie Pringle 739 21
Conservative Richard Ian Sheard 547 16
Independent Khurram Shehzad 310 9
Liberal Democrat Brian James Boulton 156 4
Green Andrew Martin Robinson 121 3
Majority 912 25.9
Turnout 3,524 34
Labour hold Swing

Windhill and Wrose ward

Windhill and Wrose
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Alex Ross-Shaw* 1,858 51
UKIP Hong Vi La 657 18
Conservative George Alexander Morrall 638 18
Liberal Democrat Gillian Thorne 289 8
Green Phillip Thornton 172 5
Majority 1,201 33.2
Turnout 3,614 33
Labour hold Swing

Worth Valley ward

Worth Valley
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Russell Brown* 1,589 41
Labour Mark Bernard Curtis 1,200 31
UKIP John Stevens Kirby 643 17
Green Kevin Leahi Campbell-Wright 296 8
Liberal Democrat Alan Sykes 129 3
Majority 389 10.1
Turnout 3,857 36
Conservative hold Swing

Wyke ward

Wyke
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Rosie Watson 1,147 36
UKIP John James Worsley 701 22
Independent David Alexander Robinson 659 21
Conservative Francesca Louise Stefanyszyn 449 14
British Democratic James Graham Lewthwaite 89 3
Liberal Democrat Kevin Anthony Hall 88 3
Green Darren James Parkinson 71 2
Majority 446 13.9
Turnout 3,204 32
Labour hold Swing

By-elections between 2016 and 2018 elections

Queensbury ward

By-election triggered by the resignation of Cllr. Lisa Carmody (Conservative Party).[6]

Queensbury by-election 4 May 2017[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Andrew John Senior 2,175 56
Independent Jason Paul Smith 732 19
Labour Mobeen Hussain 697 18
Green Eithne Mary Dodwell 143 4
Liberal Democrat Mary Whitrick 135 3
Majority 1,443 37.2
Turnout 3,882 32
Conservative hold Swing

Wibsey ward

By-election triggered by the death in office of Cllr. Lynne Smith (Labour).[8]

Wibsey by-election 14 July 2017[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Joanne Lisa Sharp 51
UKIP Jason Paul Smith 27
Conservative Richard Ian Sheard 19
Liberal Democrat Angharad Elizabeth Griffiths 3
Majority
Turnout 23
Labour hold Swing

See also

References

  1. ^ "Statement of Persons Nominated - Local Elections". Bradford Metropolitan District Council. Retrieved 2016-04-10. 
  2. ^ http://democracy.bradford.gov.uk/mgElectionResults.aspx?ID=30&RPID=1343705
  3. ^ a b c d e 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. ^ a b c d Pidd, Helen (31 March 2015). "Four Bradford councillors rejoin George Galloway's Respect party". The Guardian. Retrieved 25 September 2017. 
  5. ^ "Press Release Councillor Mohammad Shabbir". cllrshabbir.blogspot.co.uk. Blogspot. 13 April 2015. Retrieved 25 September 2017. 
  6. ^ Mason, Vivien (4 May 2017). "Tory landslide in Queensbury by-election". Telegraph and Argus. Retrieved 27 September 2017. 
  7. ^ "Election results for Queensbury By-Election - Thursday, 4th May, 2017". bradford.moderngov.co.uk. City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council. 4 May 2017. Retrieved 27 September 2017. 
  8. ^ Wilde, Claire (15 May 2016). "Tributes paid to senior Bradford councillor who died today". Telegraph and Argus. Retrieved 27 September 2017. 
  9. ^ Wilde, Claire (15 July 2016). "Labour holds Wibsey seat in council by-election". Telegraph and Argus. Retrieved 27 September 2017. 
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