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List of electoral wards in East Sussex

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of electoral divisions and wards in the ceremonial county of East Sussex in South East England. All changes since the re-organisation of local government following the passing of the Local Government Act 1972 are shown. The number of councillors elected for each electoral division or ward is shown in brackets.

County council

East Sussex

Electoral Divisions from 1 April 1974 (first election 12 April 1973) to 2 May 1985:[1][2]

  1. Barcombe (1)
  2. Battle (1)
  3. Beckley (1)
  4. Bexhill (East) (1)
  5. Bexhill (North) (1)
  6. Bexhill (South) (1)
  7. Bexhill (West) (1)
  8. Brighton (Elm Grove) (1)
  9. Brighton (Falmer) (1)
  10. Brighton (Hanover) (1)
  11. Brighton (Hollingbury) (1)
  12. Brighton (Kings Cliff) (1)
  13. Brighton (Lewes Road) (1)
  14. Brighton (Montpelier) (1)
  15. Brighton (Moulscoomb) (1)
  16. Brighton (Patcham) (1)
  17. Brighton (Pier) (1)
  18. Brighton (Preston Park) (1)
  19. Brighton (Preston) (1)
  20. Brighton (Queens Park) (1)
  21. Brighton (Regency) (1)
  22. Brighton (Rottingdean) (1)
  23. Brighton (St Nicholas) (1)
  24. Brighton (St Peters) (1)
  25. Brighton (Stanmer) (2)
  26. Brighton (Warren) (2)
  27. Buxted & Mayfield (1)
  28. Crowborough (1)
  29. Cuckmere (1)
  30. Ditchling (1)
  31. Eastbourne No. 1 (1)
  32. Eastbourne No. 2 (Central) (1)
  33. Eastbourne No. 3 (Downside) (1)
  34. Eastbourne No. 4 (Hampden Park) (1)
  35. Eastbourne No. 5 (Langney) (1)
  36. Eastbourne No. 6 (Meads) (1)
  37. Eastbourne No. 7 (Ratton) (1)
  38. Eastbourne No. 8 (Roselands) (1)
  39. Eastbourne No. 9 (Upperton) (1)
  40. Forest Row (1)
  41. Hailsham (1)
  42. Hastings No. 1 (All Saints & St Cl (1)
  43. Hastings No. 2 (St Helens & St Mary in the C (2)
  44. Hastings No. 3 (Hollington) (1)
  45. Hastings No. 4 (Holy Trinity) (1)
  46. Hastings No. 5 (St Leonards) (1)
  47. Hastings No. 6 (St Mary-in-the-Cas (1)
  48. Hastings No. 7 (St Mary Magdalen) (1)
  49. Hastings No. 8 (St Peters) (1)
  50. Heathfield (1)
  51. Hellingly (1)
  52. Hove (Adelaide) (1)
  53. Hove (Brunswick) (1)
  54. Hove (Goldsmid) (1)
  55. Hove (Goldstone) (1)
  56. Hove (Hangleton) (1)
  57. Hove (Knoll) (1)
  58. Hove (Stanford) (1)
  59. Hove (Vallance) (1)
  60. Hove (Westbourne) (1)
  61. Hove (Wish) (1)
  62. Lewes (East) (1)
  63. Lewes (West) (1)
  64. Maresfield (1)
  65. Newhaven (1)
  66. Peacehaven (1)
  67. Pevensey (1)
  68. Polegate (1)
  69. Portslade (North) (1)
  70. Portslade (South) (1)
  71. Rye (1)
  72. Salehurst (1)
  73. Seaford (Blatchington) (1)
  74. Seaford (Sutton) (1)
  75. Telscombe (1)
  76. Ticehurst (1)
  77. Uckfield (1)
  78. Wadhurst (1)
  79. Willingdon (1)
  80. Winchelsea (1)
  81. Withyham (1)

Electoral Divisions from 2 May 1985 to 5 May 2005:[3][2]

  1. Battle (1)
  2. Bexhill East (1)
  3. Bexhill North (1)
  4. Bexhill South (1)
  5. Bexhill West (1)
  6. Braybrooke & Castle (1)
  7. Broomgrove & Ore (1)
  8. Brunswick & Adelaide (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  9. Buxted & Maresfield (1)
  10. Cavendish (1)
  11. Central St Leonards & Gensing (1)
  12. Chailey (1)
  13. College (1)
  14. Crowborough (Beacon) (1)
  15. Crowborough (Rothersfield) (1)
  16. Forest Row (1)
  17. Goldsmid (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  18. Hailsham (1)
  19. Hangleton (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  20. Hanover (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  21. Heathfield (1)
  22. Hellingly (1)
  23. Hollingbury (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  24. Hollington & Ashdown (1)
  25. Kings Cliff (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  26. Lewes (1)
  27. Marine (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  28. Moulsecoomb (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  29. Nevill (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  30. Newhaven (1)
  31. Old Hastings & Mount Pleasant (1)
  32. Old Town (1)
  33. Park (1)
  34. Patcham (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  35. Peacehaven (1)
  36. Pevensey (1)
  37. Polegate (1)
  38. Portslade North (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  39. Portslade South (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  40. Preston (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  41. Princes (1)
  42. Priory (1)
  43. Queens Park (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  44. Regency (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  45. Ringmer (1)
  46. Rottingdean (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  47. Rye (1)
  48. Seaford (Blatchington) (1)
  49. Seaford (Sutton) (1)
  50. Seven Dials (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  51. Silverhill & Wishing Tree (1)
  52. St Helens & Elphinstone (1)
  53. St Marys (1)
  54. St Peters (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  55. Stanford (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  56. Stanmer (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  57. Telscombe (1)
  58. Tenantry (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  59. Ticehurst (1)
  60. Uckfield (1)
  61. Vallance (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  62. Wadhurst (1)
  63. West St Leonards & Maze Hill (1)
  64. Westbourne (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  65. Westdene (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  66. Willingdon (1)
  67. Winchelsea (1)
  68. Wish (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  69. Woodingdean (1); electoral division abolished in 1997[4]
  70. Woodlands (1)

Electoral Divisions from 5 May 2005 to present:[5]

  1. Alfriston, East Hoathly & Hellingly (1) †
  2. Ashdown & Conquest (1)
  3. Baird & Ore (1)
  4. Battle & Crowhurst (1)
  5. Bexhill East (1)
  6. Bexhill King Offa (2)
  7. Bexhill West (1)
  8. Braybrooke & Castle (1)
  9. Brede Valley & Marsham (1)
  10. Buxted Maresfield (1) †
  11. Central St Leonards & Gensing (1)
  12. Chailey (1)
  13. Crowborough (2)
  14. Devonshire (1)
  15. Forest Row (1)
  16. Framfield & Horam (1)
  17. Hailsham & Herstmonceux (2) †
  18. Hampden Park (1)
  19. Heathfield (1)
  20. Hollington & Wishing Tree (1)
  21. Langney (1)
  22. Lewes (1)
  23. Maze Hill & West St Leonards (1)
  24. Meads (1)
  25. Newhaven & Ouse Valley West (1)
  26. Northern Rother (1)
  27. Old Hastings & Tressell (1)
  28. Old Town (1)
  29. Ouse Valley East (1)
  30. Peacehaven & Telscombe Towns (2)
  31. Pevensey & Westham (1) †
  32. Polegate, Willingdon & East Dean (2) †
  33. Ratton (1)
  34. Ringmer & Lewes Bridge (1)
  35. Rother North West (1)
  36. Rye & Eastern Rother (1)
  37. Seaford Blatchington (1)
  38. Seaford Sutton (1)
  39. Sovereign (1)
  40. St Anthony's (1)
  41. St Helens & Silverhill (1)
  42. Uckfield (1) †
  43. Upperton (1)
  44. Wadhurst (1)

† minor boundary changes in 2009[6]

Unitary authority council

Brighton and Hove

Wards from 1 April 1997 (first election 2 May 1996) to 1 May 2003:[7][8][4]

  1. (3)
  2. (3)
  3. (3)
  4. (3)
  5. (3)
  6. (3)
  7. (3)
  8. (3)
  9. (3)
  10. (3)
  11. (3)
  12. (3)
  13. (3)
  14. (3)
  15. (3)
  16. (3)
  17. (3)
  18. (3)
  19. (3)
  20. (3)
  21. (3)
  22. (3)
  23. (3)
  24. (3)
  25. (3)
  26. (3)

Wards from 1 May 2003 to present:[9]

  1. Brunswick & Adelaide (2)
  2. Central Hove (2)
  3. East Brighton (3)
  4. Goldsmid (3)
  5. Hangleton & Knoll (3)
  6. Hanover & Elm Grove (3)
  7. Hollingbury & Stanmer (3); renamed Hollingdean & Stanmer in 2008[10]
  8. Moulsecoomb & Bevendean (3)
  9. North Portslade (2)
  10. Patcham (3)
  11. Preston Park (3)
  12. Queen’s Park (3)
  13. Regency (2)
  14. Rottingdean Coastal (3)
  15. St Peter’s & North Laine (3)
  16. South Portslade (2)
  17. Stanford (2); renamed Hove Park in 2010[11]
  18. Westbourne (2)
  19. Wish (2)
  20. Withdean (3)
  21. Woodingdean (2)

District councils

Eastbourne

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 6 May 1976:[12]

Wards from 6 May 1976 to 2 May 2002:[13]

Wards from 2 May 2002 to present:[14]

  1. Devonshire (3)
  2. Hampden Park (3)
  3. Langney (3)
  4. Meads (3)
  5. Old Town (3)
  6. Ratton (3)
  7. St Anthony's (3)
  8. Sovereign (3)
  9. Upperton (3)

Hastings

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 3 May 1979:[12]

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 2 May 2002:[15]

Wards from 2 May 2002 to present:[16]

  1. Ashdown (2)
  2. Baird (2)
  3. Braybrooke (2)
  4. Castle (2)
  5. Central St Leonards (2)
  6. Conquest (2)
  7. Gensing (2)
  8. Hollington (2)
  9. Maze Hill (2)
  10. Old Hastings (2)
  11. Ore (2)
  12. St Helens (2)
  13. Silverhill (2)
  14. Tressell (2)
  15. West St Leonards (2)
  16. Wishing Tree (2)

Lewes

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 5 May 1983:[12]

Wards from 5 May 1983 to 1 May 2003:[17]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to 2 May 2019:[18]

  1. Barcombe & Hamsey (1)
  2. Chailey & Wivelsfield (2)
  3. Ditchling & Westmeston (1)
  4. East Saltdean & Telscombe Cliffs (3)
  5. Kingston (1)
  6. Lewes Bridge (2)
  7. Lewes Castle (2)
  8. Lewes Priory (3)
  9. Newhaven Denton & Meeching (3)
  10. Newhaven Valley (2)
  11. Newick (1)
  12. Ouse Valley & Ringmer (3)
  13. Peacehaven East (2)
  14. Peacehaven North (2)
  15. Peacehaven West (2)
  16. Plumpton, Streat, East Chiltington & St John (Without) (1)
  17. Seaford Central (2)
  18. Seaford East (2)
  19. Seaford North (2)
  20. Seaford South (2)
  21. Seaford West (2)

Wards from 2 May 2019 to present:

Rother

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 5 May 1983:[12]

Wards from 5 May 1983 to 1 May 2003:[19]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to present:[20]

  1. Battle Town (2)
  2. Brede Valley (2)
  3. Central (2)
  4. Collington (2)
  5. Crowhurst (1)
  6. Darwell (2)
  7. Eastern Rother (2)
  8. Ewhurst & Sedlescombe (1)
  9. Kewhurst (2)
  10. Marsham (2)
  11. Old Town (2)
  12. Rother Levels (2)
  13. Rye (2)
  14. Sackville (2)
  15. St Marks (2)
  16. St Michaels (2)
  17. St Stephens (2)
  18. Salehurst (2)
  19. Sidley (2)
  20. Ticehurst & Etchingham (2)

Wealden

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 5 May 1983:[12]

Wards from 5 May 1983 to 1 May 2003:[21]

Wards from 1 May 2003 to present:[22]

  1. Alfriston (1) †
  2. Buxted & Maresfield (2) †
  3. Chiddingly & East Hoathly (1)
  4. Cross in Hand/Five Ashes (1)
  5. Crowborough East (2)
  6. Crowborough Jarvis Brook (1)
  7. Crowborough North (2)
  8. Crowborough St Johns (1)
  9. Crowborough West (2)
  10. Danehill/Fletching/Nutley (2)
  11. East Dean (1) †
  12. Forest Row (2)
  13. Framfield (1)
  14. Frant/Withyham (2) †
  15. Hailsham Central & North (2)
  16. Hailsham East (1)
  17. Hailsham South & West (3) †
  18. Hartfield (1)
  19. Heathfield East (1)
  20. Heathfield North & Central (3)
  21. Hellingly (2) †
  22. Herstmonceux (1)
  23. Horam (1)
  24. Mayfield (1)
  25. Ninfield & Hooe with Wartling (1)
  26. Pevensey & Westham (3) †
  27. Polegate North (2) †
  28. Polegate South (1) †
  29. Rotherfield (1)
  30. Uckfield Central (1)
  31. Uckfield New Town (1)
  32. Uckfield North (2) †
  33. Uckfield Ridgewood (1)
  34. Wadhurst (2) †
  35. Willingdon (3) †

† minor boundary changes in 2007[6]

Former district councils

Brighton

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 5 May 1983:[12]

Wards from 5 May 1983 to 1 April 1997 (district abolished):[7]

Hove

Wards from 1 April 1974 (first election 7 June 1973) to 3 May 1979:[12]

Wards from 3 May 1979 to 1 April 1997 (district abolished):[8]

Electoral wards by constituency

Bexhill and Battle

Battle Town, Central, Collington, Cross In Hand/Five Ashes, Crowhurst, Darwell, Ewhurst and Sedlescombe, Heathfield East, Heathfield North and Central, Herstmonceux, Kewhurst, Ninfield and Hooe with Wartling, Old Town, Pevensey and Westham, Rother Levels, Sackville, St Marks, St Michaels, St Stephens, Salehurst, Sidley, Ticehurst and Etchingham.

Brighton, Kemptown

East Brighton, East Saltdean and Telscombe Cliffs, Moulsecoomb and Bevendean, Peacehaven East, Peacehaven North, Peacehaven West, Queen’s Park, Rottingdean Coastal, Woodingdean.

Brighton, Pavilion

Hanover and Elm Grove, Hollingdean and Stanmer, Patcham, Preston Park, Regency, St Peter’s and North Laine, Withdean.

Eastbourne

Devonshire, Hampden Park, Langney, Meads, Old Town, Ratton, St Anthony’s, Sovereign, Upperton, Willingdon.

Hastings and Rye

Ashdown, Baird, Braybrooke, Brede Valley, Castle, Central St Leonards, Conquest, Eastern Rother, Gensing, Hollington, Marsham, Maze Hill, Old Hastings, Ore, Rye, St Helens, Silverhill, Tressell, West St Leonards, Wishing Tree.

Hove

Brunswick and Adelaide, Central Hove, Goldsmid, Hangleton and Knoll, Hove Park, North Portslade, South Portslade, Westbourne, Wish.

Lewes

Alfriston, Barcombe and Hamsey, Chailey and Wivelsfield, Ditchling and Westmeston, East Dean, Kingston, Lewes Bridge, Lewes Castle, Lewes Priory, Newhaven Denton and Meeching, Newhaven Valley, Newick, Ouse Valley and Ringmer, Plumpton, Streat, East Chiltington and St John (Without), Polegate North, Polegate South, Seaford Central, Seaford East, Seaford North, Seaford South, Seaford West.

Wealden

Buxted and Maresfield, Chiddingly and East Hoathly, Crowborough East, Crowborough Jarvis Brook, Crowborough North, Crowborough St. Johns, Crowborough West, Danehill/Fletching/Nutley, Forest Row, Framfield, Frant/Withyham, Hailsham Central and North, Hailsham East, Hailsham South and West, Hartfield, Hellingly, Horam, Mayfield, Rotherfield, Uckfield Central, Uckfield New Town, Uckfield North, Uckfield Ridgewood, Wadhurst.

See also

References

  1. ^ The County of East Sussex (Electoral Divisions) Order 1973
  2. ^ a b Rallings, Colin; Thrasher, Michael. East Sussex County Council Election Results 1973-2009 (PDF). The Elections Centre. Retrieved 12 May 2016.
  3. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The County of East Sussex (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1982. Retrieved on 19 November 2015.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa legislation.gov.uk - The East Sussex (Boroughs of Brighton and Hove) (Structural Change) Order 1995. Retrieved on 6 November 2015.
  5. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The County of East Sussex (Electoral Changes) Order 2004. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  6. ^ a b legislation.gov.uk - The Wealden (Parish Electoral Arrangements and Electoral Changes) Order 2007. Retrieved on 3 November 2015.
  7. ^ a b The Borough of Brighton (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1980
  8. ^ a b legislation.gov.uk - The Borough of Hove (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1978. Retrieved on 19 November 2015.
  9. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The City of Brighton and Hove (Electoral Changes) Order 2001. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  10. ^ Brighton & Hove City Council letter dated 4 December 2008
  11. ^ Brighton & Hove City Council letter dated 28 February 2010
  12. ^ a b c d e f g The County of East Sussex (District Wards) Order 1973
  13. ^ The Borough of Eastbourne (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1975
  14. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Borough of Eastbourne (Electoral Changes) Order 2001. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  15. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Borough of Hastings (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1978. Retrieved on 19 November 2015.
  16. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The Borough of Hastings (Electoral Changes) Order 2001. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  17. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of Lewes (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1979. Retrieved on 19 November 2015.
  18. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of Lewes (Electoral Changes) Order 2001. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  19. ^ The District of Rother (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1980
  20. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of Rother (Electoral Changes) Order 2001. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
  21. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of Wealden (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1979. Retrieved on 19 November 2015.
  22. ^ legislation.gov.uk - The District of Wealden (Electoral Changes) Order 2001. Retrieved on 4 October 2015.
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