Barking and Dagenham Council election, 2006

Barking and Dagenham Council election, 2006

Elections for London Borough of Barking and Dagenham Council were held on Thursday 4 May 2006. The whole council was up for election. Barking and Dagenham is split up into 17 wards, each electing 3 councilors, so a total of 51 seats are up for election.

The Labour Party retained control of the council winning 39 seats and 56% of the popular vote. The BNP won 11 seats and formed the official oppostion winning 14% of the popular vote. The Conservatives won 1 seat.

Election results

*Including results from the Eastbury ward [http://www.barking-dagenham.gov.uk/9-democracy/elections/results/election-results.cfm?id=65060739-D56B-8B67-E0B31A48EBBC585B here] , that were considered incorrect. Subject to a high court petition, results will be amended. Election Summary Party
party = Labour Party (UK)
seats = 39
gain = 0
loss = -4
net = -4
seats % = 76
votes % = 56.0
votes = 58,377
plus/minus = -6.8%
Election Summary Party
party = British National Party
seats = 11
gain = +11
loss = 0
net = +11
seats % = 22
votes % = 14.2
votes = 14,789
plus/minus = +14.2%
Election Summary Party
party = Conservative Party (UK)
seats = 1
gain = 0
loss = -2
net = -2
seats % = 2
votes % = 15.7
votes = 16,398
plus/minus = +5.3%
Election Summary Party
party = United Kingdom Independence Party
seats = 0
gain = 0
loss = 0
net = 0
seats % = 0
votes % = 8.9
votes = 9,284
plus/minus = +8.9%
Election Summary Party
party = Green Party of England and Wales
seats = 0
gain = 0
loss = 0
net = 0
seats % = 0
votes % = 1.7
votes = 1,730
plus/minus = +1.2%
Election Summary Party
party = Liberal Democrats (UK)
seats = 0
gain = 0
loss = -3
net = -3
seats % = 0
votes % = 1.3
votes = 1,392
plus/minus = -18.4%
Election Summary
party = Anthony Richards
seats = 0
gain = 0
loss = 0
net = 0
seats % = 0
votes % = 1.0
votes = 1,072
plus/minus = +1.0%
Election Summary
party = John Bias-Broughton
seats = 0
gain = 0
loss = 0
net = 0
seats % = 0
votes % = 0.7
votes = 721
plus/minus = +0.7%
Election Summary
party = Ronald Curtis
seats = 0
gain = 0
loss = 0
net = 0
seats % = 0
votes % = 0.5
votes = 560
plus/minus = +0.5%

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Note: Resident or Ratepayer (Independent also lost 2 seats)

*Votes: 104,323
*Overall Turnout: ??
*Result: Labour Hold

Ward results

bold = elected


=Abbey=

Labour - Jeanne Alexander - 1367

Labour - Graham Bramley - 1241

Labour - Mohammed Fani - 1275

Conservative - Foyzur Rahman - 765

Alibon

British National - William Bailey - 1329

British National - Claire Doncaster - 1323

Labour - John Davis - 1071

Labour - Terry Wade - 1018

Labour - Dave Miles - 957

UK Independence - Margaret Whitson - 394

Conservative - Lucy East - 393

Becontree

Labour - Alok Agrawal - 1268

Labour - Evelyn Carpenter - 1240

Labour - Emmanuel Obasohan - 1058

UK Independence - Daphne Jordon - 749

Conservative - Claire Barker - 653

Conservative - Malcolm Barker - 607

Chadwell Heath

"'Labour - Sarah Baillie - 1101

"'Labour - Nadine Smith - 999

"'Labour - Shaun Carroll - 987

Conservative - Terry Justice - 873

Conservative - Maire Justice - 734

Conservative - Sharron Chytry - 583

Independent - Ronald Curtis - 560

UK Independence - Doreen Tucker - 385

UK Independence - Ronald Long - 376

Eastbrook

Labour - Mick McCarthy - 1151

Conservative - Neil Connelly - 1139

Labour - Bob Little - 1126

Conservative - Sue Connelly - 1101

Conservative - Susan Smith - 1067

Labour - Margaret Mullane - 1036

Eastbury

"'British National Party - Jeffrey Steed - 1,102

Labour - James McDermott - 965

Labour - Patricia Northover - 944"'

Labour - Hardial Rai - 852

UK Independence - Patrick Manley - 546

Liberal Democrats - Dianne Challis - 523

UK Independence - Ashley Mcllroy - 455

Liberal Democrats - Ryan Edwards - 451

UK Independence - Dorien Mcllroy - 425

Green - Geoff Sheridan - 260

Liberal Democrats - Claire Stepton - 131

Gascoigne

Labour - Kathleen Flint - 1579

Labour - Milton McKenzie - 1346

Labour - Valerie Rush - 1278

Conservative - Alison Grey - 586

Green - Hidir Yildirim - 522

Goresbrook

British National - Richard Barnbrook - 1434

British National - Tracy Lansdown - 1357

Labour - Warren Northover - 1204

Labour - Edna Fergus - 1162

Labour - Jeffrey Porter - 1135

Conservative - George Naylor - 373

UK Independence - Terence Jones - 367

Heath

Labour - Charles Fairbrass - 1293

Labour - Linda Reason - 1282

Labour - Sidney Kallar - 1229

UK Independence - Christine Smith - 790

Conservative - Harry East - 579

Conservative - Margaret White - 535

Longbridge

Labour - Sukhninder Gill - 1272

Labour - Nirmal Gill - 1253

Labour - Gerald Vincent -1233

Conservative - Brian Cook - 1227

Conservative - Margaret Cook - 1111

Independent - Anthony Richards - 1072

Conservative - Anthony Chytry - 910

UK Independence - James Burchill - 701

Green - Laurence Cleeland - 588

Mayesbrook

British National - Robert Buckley - 1145

British National - Christine Knight - 1070

Labour - Dee Hunt - 845

UK Independence - Vivian Patten - 741

UK Independence - Kerry Smith - 733

UK Independence - John Bolton - 697

Labour - Dominic Twomey - 695

Labour - Ahmed Choudhury - 679

Conservative - Christopher Newton - 249

Parsloes

British National - Ronald Doncaster - 1120

British National - Darren Tuffs - 1052

Labour - Herbert Collins - 1050

Labour - Frederick Jones - 1026

Labour - Catherine Osborn - 948

UK Independence - 423

River

Labour - Liam Smith - 1529

Labour - Patricia Twomey - 1406

Labour - Inder Jamu - 1304

UK Independence - Betty Parsons - 858

Conservative - Herbert White - 617

Thames

Labour - Fred Barns - 1264

Labour - Joan Rawlinson - 1157

Labour - Barry Poulton - 1127

Independent - John Dias-Broughton - 721

Conservative - Thomas Grey - 470

Valence

British National - Sandra Doncaster - 1219

British National - Lawrence Rustem - 1203

Labour - Donald Hemmett - 1071

Labour - Dennis O'Brien - 1005

Labour - Bryan Osborn - 915

UK Independence - Angela Lambart - 372

Green - Maria Sentivani - 360

Village

Labour - Philip Waker - 1276

Labour - Lee Waker - 1269

British National - Jamie Jarvis - 1227

Labour - Bill Dale - 1209

British National - James Webb - 1208

Conservative - Kenneth Coombs - 370

Liberal Democrats - Frederick Tindling - 287

UK Independence - Leslie Parsons - 272

Whalebone

Labour - John Denyer - 1304

Labour - Marie West - 1208

Labour - John White - 1159

Conservative - Paul Taylor - 1021

Conservative - Christine Naylor - 1014

ee also

*UK local elections, 2006

External links

* [http://www.barking-dagenham.gov.uk/9-democracy/elections/results/elect-local-06.cfm Barking and Dagenham local council election results]

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