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2016 Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council election

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The 2016 Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council election took place on 5 May 2016 to elect members of Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council in England.[1] This was on the same day as other local elections. Stockport Council is elected in thirds which means that in each three member local ward, one councillor is elected every year, except every four years which is classed as fallow year. The last fallow year was 2013, when no local government elections took place in the borough. Those councillors elected with serve a four-year term expiring in 2020.

Stockport Council Election 2016
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21 Seats up for Election
  First party Second party
 
Party Labour Liberal Democrat
Seats before 23 24
Seats won 8 9
Seats after 23 23
Seat change Steady Decrease1

  Third party Fourth party
 
Party Conservative Heald Green Ratepayers
Seats before 13 3
Seats won 3 1
Seats after 14 3
Seat change Increase1 Steady

Stockport UK local election 2016 map.svg
Map showing the results the 2016 Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council elections by ward. Red shows Labour seats, blue shows the Conservatives, yellow shows the Liberal Democrats and green the Heald Green Ratepayers.

Leader of the Council before election

Sue Derbyshire
Liberal Democrat

Leader of the Council

Alex Ganotis
Labour

Contents

Election results by wardEdit

Asterix indicates incumbent in the Ward, and Bold names highlight winning candidate.

Bramhall NorthEdit

Bramhall North[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Linda Holt* 2,400 53
Liberal Democrat Pauline Banham 1,177 26
Labour David Lee White 432 10
UKIP Joan Anne Wells 316 7
Green Deborah Evelyn Hind 189 4
Majority 1,223
Turnout 4,514 43
Conservative hold Swing

Bramhall SouthEdit

Bramhall South & Woodford[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Brian Bagnall* 1,972 44
Liberal Democrat Jeremy Richard Meal 1,657 37
Labour Philip Stanley Matley 260 6
Independent Paul Bellis 248 6
UKIP David Perry 236 5
Green Malcolm Brown 127 3
Majority 315
Turnout 4,500 47
Conservative hold Swing

Bredbury & WoodleyEdit

Bredbury and Woodley[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Christine Corris* 1,539 45
Labour Amanda Green 692 20
Conservative Jamie Holt 618 18
UKIP Richard Ellis 504 15
Green Conrad Beard 103 3
Majority 847
Turnout 3,456
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Bredbury Green & RomileyEdit

Bredbury Green & Romiley[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Lisa Smart* 2,284 51
Conservative Sally Bennett 1,442 32
Labour Brian Wild 602 13
Green Gavin Pate 151 3
Majority 842
Turnout 4,479 41
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Brinnington & CentralEdit

Brinnington & Central[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Andy Sorton* 1,889 77
Green James Pelham 288 12
Conservative Ros Lloyd 272 11
Majority 1,601 25
Turnout 2,449 25
Labour hold Swing

Cheadle & GatleyEdit

Cheadle & Gatley[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Keith Holloway* 2,037 42
Conservative Dawn Calmonson 1,536 31
Labour Colin Owen 850 17
UKIP Julie Warburton 337 7
Green Natasha Brooks 144 3
Majority 501
Turnout 4,904 42
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Cheadle Hulme NorthEdit

Cheadle Hulme North[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat John Pantall* 1,709 47
Labour Liz Marron 824 22
Conservative Natalie Fenton 587 16
UKIP Taff Davies 409 11
Green Michael Padfield 144 4
Majority 885
Turnout 3,673 37
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Cheadle Hulme SouthEdit

Cheadle Hulme South[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Mark Hunter 2,830 60
Conservative Stephen Robinson 1,060 23
Labour Chris Carter 335 7
UKIP Cyril Peake 335 7
Green Clare Brown 136 3
Majority 1,770
Turnout 4,696 45
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Davenport & Cale GreenEdit

Davenport & Cale Green[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Wendy Wild* 1,935 57
UKIP Dottie Hopkins 469 14
Liberal Democrat Helen Shaw 411 12
Conservative Gill Shaw 390 11
Green Chris Gibbins 194 6
Majority 1,466
Turnout 3,399 32
Labour hold Swing

Edgeley & Cheadle HeathEdit

Edgeley & Cheadle Heath[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Sheila Bailey* 2,214 68
UKIP Peter Behan 393 12
Conservative Maureen Baldwin-Moore 252 8
Green Gordon Combe 198 6
Liberal Democrat Claire Halliwell 192 6
Majority 1,821
Turnout 3,249 31
Labour hold Swing

Hazel GroveEdit

Hazel Grove[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Jon Twigge 1,777 39
Conservative Sue Carroll 1,494 33
Labour Julie Wharton 634 14
UKIP Tara O'Brien 534 12
Green Ken Pease 120 3
Majority 283
Turnout 4,559 43
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Heald GreenEdit

Heald Green[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Heald Green Ratepayers Anna Charles-Jones 2,002 54 0
Labour Kath Priestley 572 16 +2
Conservative Yvonne Salmons 404 11 +2
UKIP Tony Moore 347 9 –6
Liberal Democrat Gahffar Karim 294 8 +1
Green Camilla Luff 64 2 N/A
Majority 1,430
Turnout 3,683 37
Heald Green Ratepayers hold Swing

Heatons NorthEdit

Heatons North[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour David Sedgwick* 2,602 61
Conservative Pamela Haworth 1,051 25
Green Janet Cuff 377 9
Liberal Democrat Jenny Humphreys 231 5
Majority 1,551
Turnout 4,261 41
Labour hold Swing

Heatons SouthEdit

Heatons South[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Colin Foster* 2,962 68
Conservative Robert Stevenson 805 19
Liberal Democrat James Feetham 305 7
Green Samuel Dugdale 279 6
Majority 2,157
Turnout 4,351 40
Labour hold Swing

ManorEdit

Sue Derbyshire had been the leader of Stockport Council before she lost her seat in this election.

Manor[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Charlie Stewart 1,624 44
Liberal Democrat Sue Derbyshire* 1,187 32
UKIP John Kelly 508 14
Conservative Janice McGahan 208 6
Green Nancy Richardson 123 3
Independent John Pearson 39 1
Majority 437
Turnout 3,689 36
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing

Marple NorthEdit

Marple North[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Malcolm Allan 1,985 42
Conservative John Bates 1,393 29
Labour David Rowbottom 545 11
UKIP Ray Jones 316 7
Independent Kevin Dowling 315 7
Green Trevor Smith 207 4
Majority 592
Turnout 4,761 49
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Marple SouthEdit

Marple South[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Tom Dowse 1,651 37
Liberal Democrat Colin MacAlister 1,628 36
Labour Sheila Townsend 585 13
UKIP Grahame Bradbury 447 10
Green Graham Reid 178 4
Majority 23
Turnout 4,489 46
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing

OffertonEdit

Laura Booth was previously the Labour Party councillor for Offerton. She left Labour in 2014[19] and joined the Lib Dems in 2015.[20]

Offerton[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Laura Booth* 1,282 35
Labour Janet Glover 1,000 27
UKIP Darran Palmer 666 18
Conservative Richard Britton 614 17
Green Simon Edge 88 2
Majority 282
Turnout 3,650 36
Liberal Democrat gain from Labour Swing

Reddish NorthEdit

Reddish North[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Kate Butler* 1,763 56
UKIP Josh Seddon 503 16
Independent Jeanette Doyle 412 13
Conservative Diane Fenton 277 9
Green Helena Mellish 95 3
Liberal Democrat Paul Ankers 92 3
Majority 1,260
Turnout 3,142 30
Labour hold Swing

Reddish SouthEdit

Reddish South[23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Yvonne Guariento 1,836 58
UKIP Ann Moore 445 14
Conservative Alexander Fenton 442 14
Green Gary Lawson 223 7
Liberal Democrat Brian Hendley 189 6
Majority 1,391
Turnout 3,177 31
Labour hold Swing

Stepping HillEdit

Stepping Hill[24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Mark Weldon 1,592 39
Conservative Jon Shaw 1,221 30
Labour Dena Ryness 712 17
UKIP Izzy Bolton 387 9
Green Steve Torley 206 5
Majority 371
Turnout 4,128 42
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Guide to May 2016 elections in Scotland, Wales, England and Northern Ireland". BBC News. Retrieved 21 April 2016.
  2. ^ "Election results for Bramhall North". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  3. ^ "Election results for Bramhall South & Woodford". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  4. ^ "Election results for Bredbury & Woodley". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  5. ^ "Election results for Bredbury Green & Romiley". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  6. ^ "Election results for Brinnington & Central". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  7. ^ "Election results for Cheadle & Gatley". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  8. ^ "Election results for Cheadle Hulme North". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  9. ^ "Election results for Cheadle Hulme South". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  10. ^ "Election results for Davenport & Cale Green". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  11. ^ "Election results for Edgeley & Cheadle Heath". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  12. ^ "Election results for Hazel Grove". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  13. ^ "Election results for Heald Green". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  14. ^ "Election results for Heatons North". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  15. ^ "Election results for Heatons South". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  16. ^ "Election results for Manor". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  17. ^ "Election results for Marple North". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  18. ^ "Election results for Marple South". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  19. ^ Brown, Richard (25 October 2014). "Stockport Labour compared to North Korean dictatorship after 'bullying' storm sees two cllrs quit". Mancunian Matters. Retrieved 15 June 2016.
  20. ^ Fitzgerald, Todd (28 April 2015). "Laura Booth joins Liberal Democrats and supports General Election candidate Lisa Smart". Manchester Evening News. Trinity Mirror. Retrieved 15 June 2016.
  21. ^ "Election results for Offerton". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  22. ^ "Election results for Reddish North". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  23. ^ "Election results for Reddish South". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.
  24. ^ "Election results for Stepping Hill". democracy.stockport.gov.uk. Stockport MBC.