Friday, 6 May 2011

No Overall Control Result for TDC Election

Just heard result on the BBC

The full details of the newly elected Councillors are as follows:

Ward Candidate(s) elected Description Gain or loss compared to 2007 Votes Turnout
Beacon Road (two seats) Rosalind Binks
Jennifer Matterface
Conservative
Labour
No change
Labour gain from Conservatives
672
703
 
Birchington North (two seats) Keith Coleman-Cooke
Simon Day
Conservative
Conservative
No change
No change
787
835
 
Birchington South (three seats) Alasdair Bruce
Jack Cohen
John Worrow
Conservative
Independent
Conservative
No change
Independent gain from Conservatives
No change
1079
1023
1171
 
Bradstowe (two seats) William Hayton
David Saunders
Conservative
Conservative
No change
Conservative from vacant
781
832
 
Central Harbour (three seats) Peter Campbell
Mary Dwyer
Corinna Huxley
Labour
Labour
Labour
No change
No change
Labour gain from Conservatives
859
743
729
 
Cliffsend and Pegwell (two seats) Joanna Gideon
John Kirby
Conservative
Conservative
No change
No change
859
966
 
Cliftonville East (three seats) Sandy Ezekiel
Brian Sullivan
Martin Wise
Conservative
Conservative
Conservative
No change
No change
No change
1187
1155
1165
 
Cliftonville West (three seats) Louise Aldred
Doug Clark
Clive Hart
Labour
Labour
Labour
No change
No change
No change
800
822
875
 
Dane Valley (three seats) John Edwards
Sandra Hart
William Scobie
Labour
Labour
Labour
Labour gain from Conservatives
No change
Labour gain from Independent
863
921
818
 
Eastcliff (three seats) Richard Everitt
David Green
Patricia Moore
Labour
Labour
Labour
No change
No change
No change
651
767
622
 
Garlinge (two seats) Ken Gregory
Shirley Tomlinson
Conservative
Conservative
No change
No change
440
482
 
Kingsgate (one seat) Bob Bayford Conservative No change 518  
Margate Central (two seats) Iris Johnston
John Watkins
Labour
Labour
No change
No change
682
570
 
Nethercourt (two seats) Stylianos Alexandrou
Kim Gibson
Labour
Labour
Labour gain from Conservatives
Labour gain from Conservatives
669
628
 
Newington (two seats) Mike Harrison
Richard Nicholson
Labour
Labour
No change
No change
705
702
 
Northwood (three seats) Kay Dark
Ian Driver
Elizabeth Green
Labour
Labour
Labour
No change
No change
No change
971
877
951
 
Salmestone (two seats) Elaine Lodge-Pritchard
Harry Scobie
Labour
Labour
No change
No change
557
579
 
Sir Moses Montefiore (two seats) Michelle Fenner
Alan Poole
Labour
Labour
No change
No change
872
858
 
St. Peter's (three seats) Ian Gregory
Jason Savage
Zita Wiltshire
Conservative
Conservative
Conservative
No change
No change
No change
1385
1329
1330
 
Thanet Villages (three seats) Robert Grove
Michael Roberts
Linda Wright
Independent
Conservative
Conservative
No change
No change
No change
1209
1011
837
 
Viking (three seats) Julie Marson
Mavanne Saunders
Christopher Wells
Conservative
Conservative
Conservative
No change
No change
No change
1321
1487
1352
 
Westbrook (two seats) Neil Hornus
Michael Tomlinson
Conservative
Conservative
No change
No change
704
697
 
Westgate-on-Sea (three seats) Brian Goodwin
Thomas King
Simon Moores
Conservative
Independent
Conservative
No change
No change
No change
751
853
793
 

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2 comments:

  1. Remains to be seen whether this is a worst case scenario leading to indecision on Thanet's major issues.

    Maybe, but don't hold your breath on it, our local politicians can take on board that the good people have voted for them to work together to deliver for Thanet. Not sure the personalities are right for that though.

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  2. Big improvement! Someone may actually be able to stop or delay the rubbish decisions we're getting all the time!

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