Barnet Council election, 2002

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Map of the results of the 2002 Barnet council election. Conservatives in blue, Labour in red and Liberal Democrats in yellow.

The 2002 elections to Barnet Council were held in the London Borough of Barnet, England, on 2 May 2002. The whole council was up for election, with boundary changes since the last election in 1998, increasing the number of seats by three.[1] The Conservative party gained overall control of the council; previously, it had been run by a Labour-Liberal Democrat coalition. Overall turnout was 34.04%.

Barnet local elections are held every four years, with the next held in 2006.

Election result[edit]

Barnet Local Election Result 2002
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Conservative 33 +5 52.4 42.7 94,692
  Labour 24 -2 38.1 36.0 79,775
  Liberal Democrat 6 0 9.5 17.8 39,470
  Green 0 0 0 0 0 3.1 6,822
  Independent 0 0 0 0 0 0.4 854
  UKIP 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 148

Ward results[edit]

Brunswick Park (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Andreas Tambourides 2,278
Conservative Daniel Hope 2,269
Conservative Lynne Hillan 2,267
Labour Geoffrey Cooke 1,627
Labour Antonakis Vourou 1,494
Labour Kelly Tebb 1,488
Liberal Democrat Peter Finlayson 463
Liberal Democrat Margaret Neil 443
Liberal Democrat Charles Wicksteed 323
Green Dennis Vigay 257
Turnout 12,909 40.8
Burnt Oak (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Allan Turner 1,675
Labour Alan Williams 1,657
Labour Linda McFadyen 1,496
Conservative Patricia Sparrow 426
Conservative Joanne Williams 412
Conservative Rene Braun 411
Green Audrey Poppy 194
Liberal Democrat Michael Roberts 145
Liberal Democrat Karen Hatchett 144
Liberal Democrat Hewryk Freszczur 82
Turnout 6,642 24.3
Childs Hill (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrat Jack Cohen 1,779
Liberal Democrat Monroe Palmer 1,775
Liberal Democrat Susette Palmer 1,703
Conservative Malcolm Harris 856
Conservative Jonathan Herbst 790
Conservative Jagmail Gill 740
Labour David Robinson 717
Labour Claire Farrier 688
Labour Dilip Mitra 607
Green Julie Rosenfield 288
Turnout 9,943 29.4
Colindale (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Danish Chopra 1,314
Labour Gillian Sargeant 1,302
Labour Alan Sloam 1,219
Conservative Keith Dyall 376
Conservative Marilyn Manning 376
Conservative Ashton Doherty 374
Liberal Democrat Daniel Estermann 294
Liberal Democrat Philip Reynolds 282
Liberal Democrat Geoffrey Jacobs 238
Green John Incenzo 156
Turnout 5,931 20.7
Coppetts (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Paul Rogers 1,816
Labour Barry Rawlings 1,742
Labour Soon-Hoe Teh 1,578
Conservative Mukesh Depala 1,119
Conservative Jonathan Shrank 1,086
Conservative Poli Tsoukka 1,026
Liberal Democrat Mark Ashfield 443
Liberal Democrat Kathleen Lamprell 439
Liberal Democrat Nicholas Sullivan 387
Green David Gutmann 381
Turnout 10,017 31.8
East Barnet (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Olwen Evans 2,157
Conservative Terence Burton 2,074
Conservative Susan Steinberg 2,069
Labour Anne Jarvis 1,969
Labour Gordon Massey 1,792
Labour Timothy Roberts 1,706
Liberal Democrat Elizabeth Wardle 461
Liberal Democrat Leonard Watkins 441
Liberal Democrat Rosemary Mayes 394
Green Tracey Mason 393
Turnout 13,456 40.6
East Finchley (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Alison Moore 2,013
Labour Colin Rogers 1,933
Labour Phil Yeoman 1,900
Conservative Dermott Donnelly 879
Conservative Andrew Berkeley 823
Conservative Manish Depala 798
Green Noel Lynch 626
Liberal Democrat Joyce Arram 547
Liberal Democrat Stephen Barber 489
Liberal Democrat Philip Avery 365
UKIP Stuart Rising 148
Turnout 10,521 35.1
Edgware (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Helena Hart 1,861
Conservative Malcolm Lester 1,854
Conservative Joan Scannell 1,792
Labour Harold Russell 966
Labour Rajasingham Jayadevan 897
Labour Pierre Jeanmarie 859
Liberal Democrat Elias Abeles 592
Liberal Democrat Mira Levy 468
Independent Colin Leci 331
Liberal Democrat Diana Iwi 292
Green Debra Green 251
Turnout 10,163 32.3
Finchley Church End (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Eva Greenspan 2,126
Conservative Leslie Sussman 2,047
Conservative Mike Freer 1,971
Labour Mary McGuirk 930
Labour Nick Guest 919
Labour Lily Mitchell 899
Green Miranda Dunn 396
Liberal Democrat Keith Rodwell 387
Liberal Democrat Millicent Watkins 344
Liberal Democrat Peter Lusher 331
Turnout 10,350 34.3
Garden Suburb (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative John Marshall 2,262
Conservative Vanessa Gearson 1,913
Conservative Jazmin Naghar 1,815
Liberal Democrat Marjorie Harris 1,343
Liberal Democrat Alison Marshall 1,286
Liberal Democrat Simon Kovar 1,124
Labour Rachel Cashman 549
Labour Fred Tyler 435
Labour Julian Mason 414
Green Andrew Farrer 313
Turnout 11,454 38.8
Golders Green (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Melvin Cohen 2,160
Conservative Aba Dunner 2,154
Conservative Christopher Harris 2,019
Labour Mira Goldberg 1,014
Labour Jean Thorp 945
Labour Bill Thorp 893
Liberal Democrat Leonie Stephen 304
Liberal Democrat Inge Graber 285
Liberal Democrat John Sutcliffe 267
Green Dolores Incenzo 229
Turnout 10,270 37.4
Hale (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Steven Blomer 1,879
Labour Ruth Nyman 1,855
Conservative Brian Gordon 1,801
Labour Zakia Zubairi 1,678
Conservative Caroline Margo 1,618
Conservative Hugh Rayner 1,598
Liberal Democrat Phyllis Fiander 446
Liberal Democrat Sheila Gottsche 433
Liberal Democrat Anthony Rowlands 407
Green David Lake 256
Turnout 11,971 36.5
Hendon (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Tony Finn 1,591
Conservative Maureen Braun 1,492
Conservative Matthew Offord 1,345
Liberal Democrat Jason Moleman 1,122
Liberal Democrat Michael Green 1,084
Liberal Democrat Steven Deller 1,039
Labour Aubrey Ross 827
Labour Anthony Boulton 668
Labour Doreen Neall 662
Green Georgia Theodorou 207
Turnout 10,037 30.5
Hendon West (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Arun Ghosh 1,614
Labour Agnes Slocombe 1,561
Labour Ansuya Sodha 1,431
Conservative Asher Bornstein 994
Conservative Susan Lee 932
Conservative Michael Grenfell 882
Liberal Democrat Harry Levy 388
Liberal Democrat Richard Coward 330
Liberal Democrat Shirley Rodwell 315
Green Christine Antoniou 228
Turnout 8,675 29.0
High Barnet (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Wendy Prentice 2,225
Conservative Katia David 2,129
Conservative Kanti Patel 1,989
Labour Alison Rogers 1,054
Labour Glyn Thomas 954
Labour Liam Cook 937
Liberal Democrat David Nowell 578
Liberal Democrat Matthew Harris 549
Liberal Democrat James Barton 490
Green Tim Riley 478
Independent Chris Johnson 273
Turnout 11,656 37.6
Mill Hill (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrat Wayne Casey 2,434
Liberal Democrat Jeremy Davies 2,344
Liberal Democrat Sean Hooker 2,089
Conservative John Hart 1,081
Conservative Paul Amsterdam 1,061
Conservative Sachin Rajput 960
Labour James Wragg 460
Labour Vinod Sodha 453
Labour Saira Hettiarachchi 439
Green Pablo De Mello 256
Turnout 11,577 36.0
Oakleigh (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Brian Salinger 1,889
Conservative Robert Newton 1,860
Conservative Gerard Silverstone 1,828
Labour Kathleen Levine 1,234
Labour David McNulty 1,209
Labour Ross Houston 1,194
Liberal Democrat Neil Ferguson 565
Liberal Democrat Yvonne Wicksteed 528
Liberal Democrat Brigid Povah 456
Green Angela Ryan 335
Turnout 11,098 33.8
Totteridge (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Brian Coleman 2,145
Conservative Victor Lyon 2,120
Conservative Kevin Edson 2,075
Labour Marianne Haylett 766
Labour Jacques Astruc 701
Labour Robert Persad 621
Liberal Democrat Jennifer Keech 497
Liberal Democrat Victor Corney 453
Liberal Democrat David Smith 430
Green Brian Jacobs 367
Turnout 10,175 34.3
Underhill (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Fiona Bulmer 1,936
Labour Anita Campbell 1,869
Conservative Peter Davis 1,850
Conservative Joan Levinson 1,780
Labour Pauline Coakley-Webb 1,750
Labour Chris Underwood 1,604
Liberal Democrat David Keech 393
Liberal Democrat Jonathan Davies 370
Liberal Democrat Michael Cole 359
Green Colin Newman 331
Independent James Crawford 147
Independent George Tranda 103
Turnout 12,492 38.2
West Finchley (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Kitty Lyons 1,795
Labour Kath McGuirk 1,770
Labour Jim Tierney 1,732
Conservative Patrick Foley 1,234
Conservative Chris Kilmister 1,188
Conservative Syed Meer 1,098
Liberal Democrat Janice Turner 502
Liberal Democrat Malcolm Blount 456
Green Gustav Clarkson 448
Liberal Democrat Malcolm Davis 433
Turnout 10,656 35.5
Woodhouse (3)[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Anne Hutton 1,953
Labour Mark Langton 1,935
Labour Alan Schneiderman 1,717
Conservative Victor Kaye 1,486
Conservative Jolanta Broom 1,483
Conservative Satpal Chadha 1,442
Liberal Democrat Ian Murphy 493
Green Gardi Vaswani 432
Liberal Democrat Rita Druiff 416
Liberal Democrat Rita Landeryou 411
Turnout 11,768 36.3

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Barnet". BBC News Online. Retrieved 2009-08-13. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u "Local Election 2002". Barnet London Borough. Retrieved 2009-08-13. 


Preceded by
Barnet Council election, 1998
Barnet local elections Succeeded by
Barnet Council election, 2006