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Southgate & Crawley Central (electoral division)

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Southgate & Crawley Central
Southgate & Crawley Central

Shown within West Sussex
District: Crawley
UK Parliament Constituency: Crawley
Ceremonial county: West Sussex
EU Constituency: South East England
Electorate (2009): 6511
County Councillor
Michael Jones (Lab)

Southgate & Crawley Central is an electoral division of West Sussex in the United Kingdom, and returns one member to sit on West Sussex County Council.


The division covers the town centre of Crawley, and the neighbourhood of Southgate.

It falls entirely within the un-parished area of Crawley Borough and comprises the following borough wards: the south part of Northgate Ward, Southgate Ward and the south part of Three Bridges Ward.

Latest election result

2013 Election

Results of the election held on 2 May 2013:

Southgate & Crawley Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Michael Jones 774 36.8 -2.6
Conservative Howard Bloom 655 31.2 -17.0
UKIP David Matthews 482 22.9 N/A
Green Malcolm Liles 133 6.3 N/A
Liberal Democrat Anthony Millson 57 2.7 N/A
Majority 119 5.6
Turnout 2,101 27.1 -7.6
Labour gain from Conservative Swing +7.2%

2009 Election

Results of the election held on 4 June 2009:

Southgate & Crawley Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Howard Bloom 1,097 48.2
Labour Michael Jones 897 39.4
BNP Linda Atkinson 284 12.5
Majority 200 8.8
Turnout 2,278 34.7
Labour win (new seat)

This division came into existence as the result of a boundary review recommended by the Boundary Committee for England, the results of which were accepted by the Electoral Commission in March 2009.


Election Results - West Sussex County Council

External links

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